Items where Subject is "H Social Sciences > HT Communities. Classes. Races" and Year is 2020

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Organising or hosting a conference, workshop or other event

Braae, Nick (2020) Sustainable Futures Symposium, Wintec, 24 November 2020. Sustainable futures symposium, Hamilton, New Zealand, 24 November, 2020. (Unpublished)

Journal article

Liu, Liangni Sally and Ran, Guanyu Jason (2020) Ethnic solidarity in combating the COVID-19 threat in New Zealand. global-e, 13 (47). ISSN 1932-8060

McLachlan, Andre and Waitoki, Waikaremoana (2020) Collective action by Māori in response to flooding in the southern Rangitīkei region. International Journal of Health Promotion and Education .

Ran, Guanyu Jason (2020) Liu, L.S., Chinese transnational migration in the age of global modernity: The case of Oceania, routledge studies in Asian diasporas, migrations and mobilities. Asia Pacific Viewpoint, 61 (3). pp. 577-578. ISSN 1467-8373

Ran, Guanyu Jason and Join-Lambert, Hélène (2020) Influence of family hosting on refugee integration and its implication on social work practice: The French case. European Journal of Social Work , 23 (3). pp. 461-474. ISSN 1369-1457

Report

Cain, Trudie and Terruhn, Jessica and Ran, Guanyu Jason and Irvine, Janine (2020) Living with diversity: Negotiating difference in Northcote. Hamilton, New Zealand, September 2020.

Irvine, Janine and Ran, Guanyu Jason and Terruhn, Jessica and Cain, Trudie (2020) Ageing and wellbeing in Northcote. Hamilton, New Zealand, September 2020.

Ran, Guanyu Jason and Cain, Trudie and Irvine, Janine and Terruhn, Jessica (2020) Meanings and experiences of community among older adult residents of Northcote. Hamilton, New Zealand, September 2020.

Terruhn, Jessica and Irvine, Janine and Cain, Trudie and Ran, Guanyu Jason (2020) Urban regeneration and community building in Northcote. Hamilton, New Zealand, September 2020.

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