New Zealand Political Studies Association Annual Conference

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The New Zealand Political Studies Association is holding its Annual Conference from Nov 30 – 1 Dec in Auckland, hosted by the University of Auckland Political Studies Department.

The conference will run five simultaneous streams presenting papers in the fields of: Political Theory, New Zealand and Comparative Politics, International Relations, Political Communications and Media, Public Policy and Urban Politics.

For more information about the conference and a programme of events see

Full registration costs $100, single-day registrations are also available at $50. The conference is open to all NZPSA members. Those who wish to attend who are not members are required to join for an annual fee of $20 or $10 for students.

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