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  • 06 Dec 2013
  • Farah Deeba Chowdhury, Margaret Wilson, Colleen Lowe Morna, Mukayi Makaya Magarangom
  • Pages: 90
Women’s minimal leadership role in national and local political spheres remains a serious concern worldwide. The Commonwealth Gender Plan of Action for Gender Equality 2005–2015 calls on governments to introduce measures to promote at least 30 per ...
The Government of New Zealand has a long and vibrant history of promoting gender equality. As the first country where women won the right to vote, it has since championed the participation of women across all levels of society and has been rated one...
Fiscal responsibility legislation (FRL) is an attempt to provide an institutional mechanism for the reporting and accountability requirements underpinning public expenditure management. This legislative approach was particularly spearheaded by New...
As I shall draw on the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women (CEDAW) by way of illustration in the course of this paper, I shall first describe it briefly. The Convention was adopted by the United Nations General...
The Science Centre, Manawatu Museum and Art Gallery combines visual and hands-on experiences of science and technology, heritage and art under one roof. A staff of 38 mount about 40 exhibitions a year, including touring shows and those that use our...
This chapter focuses on the roles of New Zealand examining bodies in the smaller states of the South Pacific. To permit understanding of the changing nature of relationships between these bodies and the South Pacific countries, the chapter includes...
During the course of this paper, I will examine some aspects of the way in which New Zealand, a small developed country with a strong record of adherence to human rights principles in general and support for women's human rights in particular, has...
Since 1975, the Management and Training Services Division of the Commonwealth Secretariat, and its predecessor the Management Development Programme, have been providing extensive assistance to Commonwealth governments confronting the challenge of...
The state sector reforms that have occurred in New Zealand over the past ten years have created an inherently more complex and demanding management environment. The separation of policy from service delivery functions, the on testability of advice...
The New Zealand (NZ) public service has been the subject of equal employment opportunity initiatives since 1984 and of legislative provisions ensuring nondiscrimination in employment practices since 1988. This paper explains the system used within...
Productivity improvement lies at the heart of virtually all the public sector reform measures that have been implemented over the past decade. The State Sector Act (1988) and the Public Finance Act (1989) were aimed at improving public sector...
The public service provides the principal source of official policy advice to the New Zealand Government. This entry examines the various ways in which the provision of policy advice to government has become more contestable over the past decade. In...
New Zealand has earned international recognition for the scale and consistency of its state sector reforms. A consistent philosophical basis for the state sector's interventions in the economy and society has been maintained through almost ten years...
If government is to make well-informed decisions on matters of public policy it requires high quality policy advice. Policy advice is now explicitly identified as an output of many of the core state sector agencies in New Zealand. In July 1991 the...
The human rights scene in New Zealand seethes with activity. International instruments, including but not confined to those which the state has ratified, influence the interpretation and development of the domestic law. International jurisprudence...
Quality Management is seen by many organisations as an important tool in the contemporary economic climate. The imperatives that have led the private sector to introduce Quality Management (QM), enhancing profitability through increased market share...
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