About us

DevNet connects academics, students and development practitioners to facilitate the exchange of ideas, information and research.

The Aotearoa New Zealand International Development Studies Network links people and organisations involved and interested in the broad field of international development in Aotearoa New Zealand and the wider world…

CONFERENCES

DevNet’s conferences have been held biennially since 1998. Aotearoa New Zealand’s largest, regular conference on international development, provides a great opportunity for people from Aotearoa, the Pacific and others to learn from each other and from international experts. Keynote speakers have…

RESOURCES

eSocSci is an interactive knowledge space for communicating social science research and bringing together people who have common research interests in Aotearoa New Zealand. It includes an eLibrary of working papers on topic related to a variety of topics including migration, health, education…

PROF. ANTHONY BEBBINGTON

Director of the Graduate School of Geography, Clark University, MA, USA

MICHAEL EDWARDS

Director of the Governance and Civil Society Unit at the Ford Foundation

DEVNET NEWS



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1 month ago

DevNet

PhD Opportunities
Bringing Indigenous perspectives to the Sport for Development field

‘Marsden Fund - Te Pūtea Rangahau a Marsden’ Research Project

We are looking for two doctoral students to commence work with our team from mid -2021. Our preference is for one Māori and one Fijian post-graduate student, as case studies will be conducted in Aotearoa and Fiji.

If you have a post-graduate qualification in sport sociology, international development, Indigenous development, sport management or sport for social change this could be the opportunity for you.

How to Apply
For further information on these PhD opportunities, please contact r.r.stewart-withers@massey.ac.nz and we will be happy to discuss the research opportunities further with you.
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2 months ago

Kshitiz Mohan Srivastava

"Online Free Webinar"
Our first webinar on Python for (Cisco, Juniper, Palo Alto, Nexus NX-OS, Huawei) Network Engineer.
The deadly combo of Network Automation+DevNet 200-901
Hurry up!!! Limited seats
Register at: lnkd.in/ewwUNny
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Online Free Webinar
Our first webinar on Python for (Cisco, Juniper, Palo Alto, Nexus NX-OS, Huawei) Network Engineer.
The deadly combo of Network Automation+DevNet 200-901
Hurry up!!! Limited seats
Register at: https://lnkd.in/ewwUNny

TWITTER FEEDS

More DevNet highlights. Congratulations to Kim Kessler on being awarded best PhD presentation. And our staff members were also in full flight conveying their research findings at the conference. #DevNet2020 #phdlife #developmentresearch #geography

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Thanks to our tech support, volunteers, sponsorship from @MFATNZ and huge thanks to conference admins Marc Patterson and Romilly Cumming and our fantastic organiser @HeidivdWatt

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The winner of the photo competition is this picture by Xinning Wang which reflects the energy and fun of the conference. Winner of the social media award was Shilpy Arora - your can see posts be her and others on our Facebook page #devnet2020