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Capturing the Diversity Dividend of Aotearoa/New Zealand (CaDDANZ, pronounced 'cadence') is a research programme led by teams from the University of Waikato and Massey University. The team also includes staff from Motu Economic and Public Policy Research in Wellington. It is funded by the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment.
The 'face' of New Zealand is changing rapidly as a consequence of the settlement of migrants from throughout the world, temporary and circular international migration, growing ethnic diversity, population ageing, changing fertility patterns and urban growth.
CaDDANZ is a research programme that will identify how New Zealand can better prepare for, and respond to, these demographic changes in order for the country to maximise the benefits associated with an increasingly diverse population.
The research measures, maps and analyses the complex societal impacts of diversity and the implications for businesses, households and communities of mobility, migration indigeneity, ethnic identity, demographic change (including structural ageing and fertility) and urban/regional disparities. A significant component of the research is concerned with the implications of diversity for Maori and with how Maori engage with diversity.
February 2017 - CaDDANZ has been awarded its second gold rating by its funder MBIE - one of just 15 MBIE-funded projects out of 258 to achieve this rating.
Pathways Conference - 9-11 November 2016 - MBIE, Stout St, Wellington. Click here for programme and presentations.
Dr Junjia Ye launched her book - September 2016 - Class Inequality in the Global City - Migrants, Workers & Cosmopolitanism in Singapore. Click here to purchase this book.
Professor Paul Spoonley - editor - released his latest book - 16 September 2016 - Rebooting the Regions - Why low or zero growth needn't mean the end of prosperity. Click here to buy direct from the Massey University Press website.
Professor Jacques Poot gave a guest lecture at Treasury - 1 June 2016 - The Economics of Cultural Diversity:Recent findings. Click here to read more about this.
Professor Jacques Poot presented at the Immigration New Zealand - Settlement Summit held at Te Papa on 7-8 April 2016. To view Jacques presentation slides see Poot Settlement Summit slides for distribution.pdf (1,029 KB)
February 2016 - CaDDANZ has been awarded a gold rating by its funder MBIE - one of just 25 MBIE-funded projects out of 203 to achieve the rating. Click here to read more about this.
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Last updated on Tuesday 07 March 2017