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Fellows seek stronger, more responsive NZ Royal Society

Image: Royal Society Te Aparangi [CC-BY 4.0]


Review process receives hundreds of responses after widespread unrest among members

New Zealand’s Royal Society Te Apārangi should take a stronger role in “issues of public interest”, its members have said.

A survey of more than 400 of the society’s fellows and other stakeholders, carried out by the consultancy MartinJenkins, also found that they wanted to “be more involved in the society and be able to contribute to things such as the development of its strategy”.

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