LEAD Research Collection
LEAD is working to create its own research repository. The LEAD Research Collection will contain a range of unpublished research papers and reports, including unpublished student work. Check back here to access the repository once it goes live.
Selected Publications from LEAD Members
- Achille's Heel: How Gendered Ideologies Undermined the UK's Efforts to Tackle COVID-19 (Roberta Guerrina and Annick Masselot, Femina Politica - Journal for Feminist Political Science 95)
- A Crisis is a Terrible Thing to Waste: Feminist Reflections on the EU's Crisis Responses (Heather MacRae, Roberta Guerrina and Annick Masselot, International Studies 184)
- For the Greater Good? Data and Disasters in a Post-COVID World (Helen O'Connor, John Hopkins and David Johnston, Journal of the Royal Society of New Zealand)
- The Gender Story of Brexit: From Under-representation of Women to Marginalisation of Equality (Roberta Guerrina and Annick Masselot, in Gabriele Abels, Andrea Krizsan, Heather MacRe and Anna van der Vleuten (Eds) Handbook of Gender and EU Politics (Oxon / New York, Routledge) 392)
- Pacific (John Hopkins, in Dug Cubie, Marlies Hesselman and Jacqueline Peel (eds) Yearbook of International Disaster Law (Volume 2, Brill|Nijhoff) 366)
- Regulating for Resilience: Lessons from Wellington's URM Building Order (Helen O'Connor, John Hopkins and David Johnston, New Zealand Law Journal 10)
- Smoke, Mirrors and Legal Uncertainty: The Rights and Wrongs of New Zealand's COVID-19 Response (John Hopkins in Stefan Kirchner (Ed) Governing the Crisis: Law, Human Rights and COVID-19 232)
- Exposing Gender Inequalities: Impacts of Covid-19 on Aotearoa ǀ New Zealand Employment (Annick Masselot and Maria Hayes, New Zealand Journal of Employment Relations 57)
- International Disaster Response Law in the Pacific (John Hopkins and Finau Leveni).
- Regional Disaster Risk Reduction: Is There a Pacific Way? (John Hopkins, Canterbury Law Review 27)
- Soft Obligations and Hard Realities: Regional Disaster Risk Reduction in Europe and Asia (John Hopkins in Katja L H Samuel, Marie Aronsson-Storrier and Kirsten Nakjavani Bookmiller (eds) The Cambridge Handbook of Disaster Risk Reduction and International Law (Cambridge University Press, Cambridge) 219)
- The Canterbury Earthquakes and the Effect on Landlords and Tenants With Commercial Leases (Toni Collins, 33 Australian Journal of Emergency Management 61)
- Movement of Land, Demolition, Fire, Silt, Waste, Pests, Population Shift: Canterbury Coping with its Damaged Land (Toni Collins, 26 Australian Property Law Journal 315)
- Walking into the Footprint of EU Law: Unpacking the Gendered Consequences of Brexit (Roberta Guerrina and Annick Masselot, 17 Social Policy & Society 319)
- The Doctrine of Frustration, Commercial Leases and the Canterbury Earthquakes (Toni Collins (PhD, University of Canterbury)
- Extraordinary powers and political constitutionalism (Sascha Mueller, 23 Canterbury Law Review 65)
- Housing in Post-Quake Canterbury: Human Rights Fault Lines (Natalie Baird, 15 NZ Journal of Public and International Law 195)
- The Canterbury Earthquakes 2010-11 – Selected Legal Issues (Toni Collins, Jeremy Finn, Henry Holderness, John Hopkins and Elizabeth Toomey, 31 Australian Environment Review 324)
- The First Victim: Administrative Law and Natural Disasters (John Hopkins, 1 New Zealand Law Review 189)
- EU Childcare Strategy in Times of Austerity (Annick Masselot, 37 Journal of Social Welfare and Family Law 345)
- Rising Asia and 'Normative Power Europe': New Perspectives in the Dialogue on Norms and Values (Natalia Chaban, Annick Masselot, and Katharine Vadura (eds), 13 Asia-Europe Journal 1612 (special issue)
- Highly Skilled Migrants and Transnational Care Practices: Balancing Work, Life and Crisis Over Large Geographical Distances (Annick Masselot, 17 Canterbury Law Review 299)
LEAD is involved with a range of different publication projects with external parties from around the country and the world.
This project is a multi-university collaboration between law scholars throughout New Zealand. The materials here form a repository of resources available to the law community.
An online tool with the goal of reducing the influx of goods donations arriving in the Pacific after a disaster. It is designed to educate and inform compassionate and generous Australians and New Zealanders, about why during disasters not all goodwill, (though well intentioned) does good.
The IFRC hosts the "world's largest collection of documents relating to disaster law". There are currently six document categories: case law, documents of international organisations, documents of transnational private actors, documents of treaty bodies, RCRC documents, and treaties. Two additional categories will be added soon: literature, and national documents.
The Jean Monnet Project Disseminating Disaster Law for Europe (DILAW4E) aims to support information activities, disseminate knowledge and promote research debate on the crucial implications of disaster law for the European, international and national institutions.