5th NZCGS Global Affairs Lecture: 2018

Prof Johan RockströmThe fifth NZCGS Global Affairs Lecture was held on the 7th of April 2018 at the University of Auckland.

Prof Johan Rockström was the keynote speaker, his speech was titled ‘The Planetary Boundaries: Implications for Global Governance in the 21st Century’.

The event was co-hosted by the Hillary Institute and the New Zealand Centre for Environmental Law.

A video stream of the event can be accessed here (note; the sound appears to be poor!)

Photos coming

4th Waiheke Global Affairs Lecture: 2017

The Hon. Gareth EvansThe fourth Waiheke Global Affairs Lecture was held on the 4th of November 2017.

The Hon. Gareth Evans’, was the keynote speaker, with Assoc. Professor Treasa Dunworth as responder.

The keynote speech was titled ‘The Nuclear Weapons Prohibition Treaty: Prelude to a Nuclear Free World?’.

Audio – Hon. Gareth Evans:
Audio – Assoc. Prof Treasa Dunworth:

3rd Waiheke Global Affairs Lecture: 2016

The Rt. Hon. Sir Geoffrey Palmer, QCThe third Waiheke Global Affairs Lecture was held on the 7th of May 2016.

The Rt. Hon. Sir Geoffrey Palmer, QC, was the keynote speaker, with Professor Graham Hassall as responder.

The keynote speech was titled ‘Global Society and the Challenges of Governance’.

Sir J Palmer’s address May 7
Keynote Paper
Listen to the Lecture: Audio

2nd Waiheke Global Affairs Lecture: 2015

Prof Ramesh Thakur, of the Australian National University,The second Lecture was given on 29 March 2015. Prof Ramesh Thakur, of the Australian National University, was the keynote speaker.

His subject was: Global Governance and the UN Security Council: fit for purpose?

The respondent was the ambassador of Finland, HE Pasi Patakallio.

Link to Lecture Notes

 

1st Waiheke Global Affairs Lecture: 2014

Prof Klaus BosselmannThe first Waiheke Global Affairs Lecture was held on 17 May 2014. Prof Klaus Bosselmann, of the University of Auckland, was the keynote speaker, with Rod Oram as responder.

The keynote speech was titled ‘Planetary Boundaries: concept and implications for global governance’.

Link to: Keynote Paper