Research spanning Aotearoa New Zealand and Chile is finding ways for educators and communities to adapt to individual learners rather than the other way around. Dr. Claudio Aguayo is at the frontiers in both countries.
What can two rivers tell us about the future of Indigenous environmental governance? Students from Aotearoa New Zealand and Latin America came together through the Latin America CAPE's Winds of Change programme to find out.
'Rapa Nui Theatre: Staging Indigenous Identities in Easter Island' describes Dr Moira Fortin Cornejo’s experience living on Rapa Nui and gives rare insights into its fascinating performance traditions.
Leadership is evolving from being about the person and performance to purpose and place, says Professor Brad Jackson, whose research expands the notion of leadership.
What capabilities help SMEs not just arrive but thrive in other countries? Research comparing the export journeys of SMEs in Aotearoa, Chile and Colombia highlights what New Zealand SMEs can learn from their Latin-American counterparts.
Microfinance is not just about access to cash, but also access to people, ideas and innovation, according to research examining microfinance in Mexico.
We must change how we manage water urgently, say a team of young leaders from Chile and Aotearoa, who united under the CAPE Winds of Change programme to explore indigenous solutions to water problems.