Magazine article New Zealand Management

Sam Johnson; A Law and Politics Student at Canterbury University, Sam Johnson Rose to Prominence as the Organiser of the Student Volunteer Army in the Immediate Aftermath of the Canterbury Earthquakes of September 2010 and February 2011

Magazine article New Zealand Management

Sam Johnson; A Law and Politics Student at Canterbury University, Sam Johnson Rose to Prominence as the Organiser of the Student Volunteer Army in the Immediate Aftermath of the Canterbury Earthquakes of September 2010 and February 2011

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How do you describe New Zealand identity?

New Zealand is a country the world wants to visit with people the world wants to befriend. We're small enough to be rare yet strong enough to compete on the world stage. We are known to be clean and green and have a distinct 'get it done' attitude. We have advantages above so many countries in that we are young and are able to learn from international experience and best practice. Our identity will be shaped by how we use and learn from these advantages!

What are the greatest challenges facing New Zealand?

Maintaining and building on our unique identity while responding to world pressures and adapting to the mentality of today's young people; the digital generation.

We are caught between international pressure to commit our resources to an unsustainable world and the desire to build a sustainable, clean and green country. The fine balance of priorities in this area will greatly influence the future of New Zealand and the lens the digital generation views the world through. …

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