Julie Fry and Peter Wilson have developed a new framework that broadens the scope of how we consider migration policy. Rather than just considering the effect of migration on GDP, they look at factors such as the Treaty of Waitangi. Their goal? Migration policy that acknowledges the complexity of the world we all inhabit.
John Potter, an award-winning public health researcher, examines the latest research on what causes cancer and other chronic diseases.
What is scientists’ current understanding of the balance between diet, genes and plain bad luck, and how is the balance shifting?
He explores how our adaptation to the diets of our ancestors can be linked to the diseases we experience in the present – and explains what the evidence says we can do about it.