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  • Crucifixion and Sexual Abuse 

    Tombs, David
    This article draws on Latin American liberation hermeneutics to read the Gospel narratives of crucifixion in light of Latin American torture reports. The torture practices used by authoritarian regimes in Latin America in ...
  • Crucifixión y abuso sexual 

    Tombs, David
    Este artículo se basa en la hermenéutica de la Liberación latinoamericana para realizar una lectura de las narraciones evangélicas de la crucifixión a la luz de los informes de tortura en América Latina. Las prácticas de ...
  • Crucifixion et abus sexuel 

    Tombs, David
    Cet article s’appuie sur l’herméneutique des mouvements de Libération en Amérique Latine pour proposer une lecture des évangiles à la lumière des rapports sur les tortures en Amérique Latine. La pratique de la torture par ...
  • Uznanie Jezusa za ofiarę przemocy seksualnej. Reakcje ofiar ze stowarzyszenia Sodalicio w Peru 

    Figueroa, Rocío; Tombs, David
    This report identifies a number of publications--Tombs (1999), Heath (2011), Gafney (2013), Trainor (2014)--which have independently and explicitly identified Jesus as a victim of sexual abuse in published work. It also ...
  • Community Development for Adaptation 

    Stephenson, Janet; Barber, Josh; Barth, Jule; Bond, Sophie; Diprose, Gradon; Heyd, Charlotta; Kirk, Nick; Laurie-Fendall, Rachael; Orchiston, Caroline; Saunders, Wendy; Simon, Katy; Thomas, Amanda; Vincent, Nicolle
    Council-community engagement for a climate-impacted future – research brief. Many of New Zealand’s urban settlements are likely to be impacted by climate-induced hazards such as coastal erosion, flooding and rising ...
  • Communities and Climate Change cartoon 

    Stephenson, Janet
    Some low-lying communities in Aotearoa New Zealand are already being affected by increased flooding, coastal erosion and higher water levels. Over time, more communities will be affected and the impacts will worsen. But ...
  • Local Authorities and Community Engagement on Climate Change Adaptation 

    Barth, Jule; Bond, Sophie; Vincent, Nicolle
    This report explores how regional and territorial authorities in Aotearoa New Zealand currently understand their role in climate adaptation, to what extent they are currently fulfilling that role, and how they engage with ...
  • Animal Welfare in New Zealand: Oversight, Compliance and Enforcement 

    Rodriguez Ferrere, Marcelo; King, Mike; Larsen, Levi Mros
  • Reconociendo a Jesús como víctima de abuso sexual: respuestas de sobrevivientes del Sodalicio en el Perú 

    Figueroa Alvear, Rocío; Tombs, David
    Este informe identifica una serie de publicaciones -- Tombs (1999), Heath (2011), Gafney (2013), Trainor (2014 ) -- que han reconocido de forma independiente y explícita a Jesús como víctima de abusos sexuales. También ...
  • Recognising Jesus as a Victim of Sexual Abuse: Responses from Sodalicio Survivors in Peru 

    Figueroa Alvear, Rocío; Tombs, David
    This report identifies a number of publicationsTombs (1999), Heath (2011), Gafney (2013), Trainor (2014)which have independently and explicitly identified Jesus as a victim of sexual abuse in published work. It also ...
  • High Value Manufacturing in New Zealand to 2040 

    Ruwhiu, Diane; Walton, Sara; O'Kane, Paula
    The Work Futures Otago project analyses and forecasts the trends, future projections and potential disruptions in New Zealand with a time horizon of 2040. We utilise the power of a narrative approach to construct scenarios ...
  • Developing a first principles approach to educating water skills for life to children 

    Button, Chris; Button, Angela; Jackson, Anne-Marie; Cotter, Jim; Maraj, Brian
    In New Zealand, despite the fact that the majority of drownings occur in open water, most swimming teaching occurs in public swimming pools. It is possible that learning to swim in a public swimming pool does not sufficiently ...
  • “I’m in two minds about it” : decision variability in child protection 

    Keddell, Emily; Hyslop, Ian
    Decisions in the child protection context take place in a complex environment influenced by individual decision-makers, institutional resources and practices,demographic inequalities, and family responses. While some ...
  • Church Responses to Gender-Based Violence Against Women in Samoa 

    Ah Siu-Maliko, Mercy; Beres, Melanie; Blyth, Caroline; Boodoosingh, Ramona; Patterson, Tess; Tombs, David
    This is a research report from a New Zealand Institute for Pacific Research Project (August 2017-December 2018), which was conducted as a partnership between Piula Theological College, National University of Samoa, University ...
  • Crucifixión, terrorismo de Estado y abuso sexual: texto y contexto 

    David, Tombs
    [From English version] A key principle in the work of Latin American liberation theologians has been a willingness to take their Latin American social context seriously as an aid for understanding biblical texts. This paper ...
  • ICT in Dunedin to 2040 

    Walton, Sara; O'Kane, Paula; Ruwhiu, Diane
    The Work Futures Otago project analyses and forecasts the trends, future projections and potential disruptions in New Zealand with a time horizon of 2040. We utilise the power of a narrative approach to construct scenarios ...
  • Potential future changes to residential electricity load profiles – findings from the GridSpy dataset 

    Jack, Michael; Suomalainen, Kiti
    In this report we have investigated the effect a number of important new household appliances and changing patterns of device use may have on daily residential demand profiles. The results show a significant effect at high ...
  • The New Zealand Legal Services Mapping Project: Finding Free and Low-Cost Legal Services Pilot Report 

    Stewart, Kayla; Toy-Cronin, Bridgette
    Most lawyers charge on an hourly basis and the average charge-out rate in 2016 was $292.70 (excluding GST and disbursements). This puts private lawyers out of reach for many New Zealanders whose median weekly earnings in ...
  • Dunedin Energy Study 2016/2017 

    Fitzgerald, Warren
    The Dunedin Energy Study is a joint research project between the Dunedin City Council (DCC) and the Centre for Sustainability at the University of Otago. The study takes stock of, and analyses energy inputs into the city ...