A navigational tool....
This DecisionMaker Directory can be used to find advocates for citizen
rights, and to find the way around New Zealand’s parliamentary,
government and legal institutions. Use the yellow navigation strip
on your left, click on the special interest directory most relevant
to you, and burrow downstream for the detail you want - knowing
in the end we point you to organisations from whom you can find
out more by websearch, email or other forms of contact.
It will be more useful when backed by DecisionMaker Guide to Parliament
and Government briefings, profiles and case studies, where information
begins to become knowledge. It will be most useful if followed up
through the organisations themselves, and with those who monitor,
report and analyse on the range of agencies who should work in a
whole-of-government way to meet your needs.
DecisionMaker Publications built and will further develop this
choosing from previous DecisionMaker triennial and quarterly editions
and other sources those listings that would most support citizenship
updating organisation names, descriptions, website and other addresses
by contacting them, or searching out their electronic or print published
updating from relevant DecisionMaker triennial and quarterly editions
and other sources
selling space to providers of core and supplementary content.
Participation is invited in updated DecisionMaker Directories.
Contact the publisher, editor or account executive to make content
or distribution arrangements.
Previous select DecisionMaker Directories include:
The online Directory on Cultural Diversity, and print glossaries
of political terms,
health and disability products and services, financial dictionary
, and trade and investment in the South Pacific.
DecisionMaker Directories 2006 are published on www.decisionmaker.co.nz
and, as demand warrants, in dvd, print, cd-rom, and other formats.
Watch out in particular for Municpall Marketplace, a service to
enhance the link between those servicing central-local government
relations. Find out
more from Asia Pacific Economic News Ltd.
Updated 4 March 2006