University of Canterbury Arts SSANSE Project provides advice on government policies for a Post-Covid Future

Charles Finny’s work as part of the SSANSE Project at the University of Canterbury features on The Spinoff covering trade opportunities for New Zealand in a Post-Covid Future.

  • Tasman Pulp and Paper Mill

    The Tasman Pulp and Paper Mill, located just outside Kawerau in the Eastern Bay of Plenty (photo: teara.govt.nz)

“New Zealand’s success in addressing the Covid-19 challenge and the speed with which our society is returning to something close to “normalcy” is attracting even more international attention, and New Zealand is emerging with a greatly enhanced reputation. This offers an enormous opportunity. A new brand story is part of this opportunity, but there is also an opportunity for New Zealand to play more of a leadership role with other medium-sized jurisdictions.”

The SSANSE (Small States and the New Security Environment) Project at the University of Canterbury is launching a Commission for a Post-Covid Future to provide contestable policy advice to the New Zealand government on options for foreign, trade and economic policy for New Zealand’s post-Covid recovery.

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