Educational Publishing Award Winners 2014
7 November 2014From primary readers to comprehensive tertiary texts – great New Zealand content being published for our schools was celebrated at a lively function in Devonport, Auckland last night.
CLNZ Educational Publishing Awards - Finalists
15 October 2014The finalists in this year’s CLNZ Educational Publishing Awards all succeed in using New Zealand content and context to create valuable resources for teachers and students. The entries used beautiful images, colour and design to best advantage in relation to their target market. The judges commented that in a time where both the education sector and the publishing sector are undergoing significant change in the way resources are developed and used, the finalists all demonstrated clever and interesting ways to engage and challenge the student while keeping a refreshing focus on New Zealand culture.
2014 CLNZ/NZSA Research Grant Recipients
3 August 2014CLNZ and NZSA are delighted to announce the recipients of the 2014 CLNZ/NZSA Research Grants. Four grants of $5000 were available from the CLNZ Cultural Fund and one of these grants is also supported by time at the Stout Research Centre at Victoria University.
CLNZ/NZSA Research Grants Applications Open
27 June 2014CLNZ and NZSA are delighted to announce that applications for the revamped CLNZ/NZSA Research Grants are now open. Following feedback received from writers in 2013, the value of each grant has been increased to $5,000 and the number of available grants increased from two to four.
Details of new scholarships and grants to be announced this year.
29 April 2014The CLNZ Cultural Fund was established in 2001 to provide funding for cultural and social purposes in the interests of those that we represent. This year, we say goodbye to the CLNZ Writers' Awards and over the course of the year, we will announce details of the new and exciting opportunities available to the wider writing and publishing community.
Post ALRC - New World Order
24 March 2014An inspiring speech by Simon Lake at the recent Copyright Symposium in Sydney. Simon is the CEO of Screenrights.