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The Te Awa Tupua (Whanganui River Claims Settlement) Bill establishes the legal framework for granting the Whanganui River its own legal identity with all the corresponding rights, duties and…
The Guide to Online Participation will help public servants identify and develop innovative ways to engage with New Zealanders in policy and service design and delivery. The current Guide is the…
New Zealand has pioneered online participation in Government and eGovernment services. ParticipatioNZ wiki is a beta site that is being tested by the Participation Community of Practice. This site is…
OECD's work in the area of governance and capacity development is carried out primarily through its Network on Governance (GOVNET), an international forum that brings together practitioners of…
Some exemptions to public authority obligations to respond to information requests are subject to a public interest test (eg Aarhus Convention, Art. 4, paragraph 4). Such a test requires the decision…
This report provides a unique source of comparative information on measures adopted in OECD countries to strengthen citizens access to information, to enhance consultation and encourage their active…
This report takes stock of the OECD’s thirteen years of experience working with civil society to fight corruption. The important contribution civil society organisations have made to the process…
The information in these pages will provide you with an overview of the Resource Management Act (RMA) and its processes, with a particular emphasis on how the you can become involved in the RMA as an…