Publications: Reports



Case study on citizens’ assembly
The process, lessons learnt and how deliberative democracy was localised for an Aotearoa New Zealand context, are covered in a Koi Tū case study report.

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The Future of Transport in Aotearoa New Zealand: Who should pay for what?
Koi Tū: The Centre for Informed Futures and Te Manatū Waka Ministry of Transport worked together to see what people thought about the question ‘who should pay for what?’ in the future land transport system.

Reimagining Tāmaki Makaurau Auckland: harnessing the region’s potential
This independent report is intended to stimulate open-minded conversation and debate. Koi Tū was asked to think ahead about Tāmaki Makaurau Auckland’s long-term future to suggest the kinds of evolution the region needs.

Sustaining Aotearoa New Zealand as a cohesive society
A confluence of economic, social, environmental, and technological factors are placing social cohesion in Aotearoa New Zealand under increasing threat.

Uncertain but inevitable: The expert-policy-political nexus and high-impact risks
The new report from Koi Tū, Uncertain but inevitable – the expert-policy-political nexus and high-impact risks, exposes gaps in New Zealand’s risk management ecosystem and argues that countries need to rethink how they prepare for...


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