2015 (New Zealand)

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Annual Conference
30 September to 2 October 2015
WELLINGTON

You can access the key conference documents from the links below:

Conference theme and program: Modernising Parliament: Rethinking Parliament for the Next Generation

 Summary of papers (Abstracts)

Uncorrected transcript of conference proceedings

Conference papers:

Compulsory Professional Development for Parliamentarians?
Colleen Lewis

Engendering the New Zealand Parliament: What will it take?
Ana-Gilling

The People’s House: Enhancing Parliaments’ Community and Civic Engagement in the Twenty-First Century – the Western Australian Experience
Barry House

iParliament 2.0
David Farrar

The Nordic Example: Lessons in Citizen Engagement – How an inclusive, modern Parliament can best engage New Zealand civil society in the decision-making process
Louise Upston

Building Public Engagement: Options for Developing Select Committee Outreach: A Report for the Liaison Committee
Ian Marsh

Building Public Engagement: Options for Developing Select Committee Outreach: A Report for the Liaison Committee (Appendix)
Ian Marsh

Community engagement in the modern Parliament in a divisive area of policy
Ruth Forrest

Enhancing the Role of Select Committees and Other Means to Making Parliament Relevant to the Next Generation
Trevor Mallard

Guiding Principles for Modernising Parliament
Kennedy Graham

How Well Do Parliamentary Committees Connect With the Public?
Martin Drum

Making Parliamentary Ethics Relevant for the Next Generation
Ken Coghill and Julia Thornton

Rethinking the future of Parliament – Openness and Transparency in Government
Janine McGruddy

Out of step? The New South Wales Parliamentary Evidence Act 1901
Beverley Duffy and Sharon Ohnesorge

Performance and Reform in the National Parliament of Solomon Islands
Graham Hassall and Celsus Talifilu

Reviewing the Standing Orders—How to Make Dreams Come True
David Bagnall

Engaging Parliament through the Use of Internet Plebiscites
Norm Kelly