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  • Membership growth wins 2 percent at Wānanga

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    Tertiary Update Vol 18 No 30 TEU members at Te Wānanga o Aotearoa will get a 2 percent pay rise, backdated to January, after they ratified a new collective agreement last ...

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  • Wānanga celebrates wāhine leaders

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    A Wāhine Leadership day at Te Wānanga o Aotearoa’s Mangakotukutuku campus gave women at the wānanga a different perspective on leadership. Maraea Turketo, the wānanga’s branch president described her mum as ...

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  • Wānanga council lacks democratic safeguards

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    Te Wānanga o Aotearoa has gazetted a radical new council structure that silences the voice of its two biggest communities – staff and students. Parliament gazetted the first two new tertiary ...

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  • Wānanga councils should reveal consultation plan

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    While universities are consulting with staff, students and alumni about what their councils will look like next year under Steven Joyce’s new law, wānanga have not revealed their plans yet. Lincoln ...

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  • Massey consults on new council

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    Tertiary Update Vol 18 No 10 Massey University has started to consult on the composition of its new council.  Its consultation document proposes one elected academic staff representative, one elected general ...

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