David Haigh

Lecturer
Social Practice
Location: 379 5538

Supervised thesis projects

Winther, Tracy (2015). What lies within? : an exploration of Asset Based Community Development (ABCD)
Kominami, Hiromi (2013). Moving toward diverse cultural communities : lost in translation, when the sakura cherry blossom meets the pohutukawa : what are the opportunities and challenges facing Japanese migrants in Aotearoa/New Zealand?
Adeosun, Alabi G.T. (2011). How people who have a relative or friend with mental illness are supported by the Auckland branch of Supporting Families in Mental Illness

Publications

Haigh, D. I. (2016). Housing Issues in Auckland. Auckland, New Zealand, ADCOSS (Vol. Auckland District Council of Social Services (ADCOSS) Community Network Newsletter:February 2016).

Haigh, D. I. (2016). Reflections on Forty Years of Community Development. Whanake:The Pacific Journal of Community Development (Vol. 2(2)).
http://hdl.handle.net/10652/3602

Haigh, D. I. (2015). Manufacture of Ignorance. Auckland, New Zealand, Community Network (Vol. Auckland District Council of Social Services).
http://hdl.handle.net/10652/3526

Haigh, D I. (2015). Community Development and Social Change. Auckland, New Zealand, Auckland District Council of Social Services (Vol. 5th).

Haigh, D. I. (2015). One Man's Campaign in the Inner City News: Bruce Hucker (1970 - 1990). New Zealand Sociology (Vol. 30(1)).
http://hdl.handle.net/10652/3465

Haigh, D. (2015). Community Development in NZ Local Authorities in the 1970s and 1980s. Community Development Conference, Unitec Waitakere Campus, Auckland.
http://hdl.handle.net/10652/3154

Haigh, D. I. (2015). The Causes of Poverty. Auckland, New Zealand, Community Network (Vol. Auckland District Council of Social Services).
http://hdl.handle.net/10652/3223

Haigh, D. (2015). Why the Private Sector Should Stay Away from the Delivery of Social Services. Auckland, Community Network (Vol. Auckland District Council of Social Services (ADCOSS)).

Haigh, D I. (2015). Why Auckland Should Become an Age Friendly City. Auckland, New Zealand, Community Network (Vol. Auckland District Council of Social Services).

Elliott, S., and Haigh, D. (2014). Advocacy in the social sector: What leads to silencing? Unitec, Waitekere Winter Lecture Series, 27 August.

Haigh, D. I., and Hucker, B. (2014). Can it be Counted? Reflections on Input, Outputs and Outcomes. Community Network: The official Newsletter of the Auckland District Council of Social Service Inc. (Vol. XX).

Haigh, D. I. (2014). Civil Society. Sisters of Mercy Education Centre, Epsom, Auckland, 9 April.

Haigh, D. I. (2014). Connectedness in Auckland's Inner City: Survey carried out by AUT. Community Network: The Official Newsletter of Auckland District Council of Social Service Inc. (Vol. July).

Haigh, D. I. (2014). Community Development and New Zealand Local Authorities in the 1970s and 1980s. New Zealand Sociology (Vol. 29(1)).

Haigh, D. I. (2014). Civil Society. Interview on Planet Radio (formerly Access Community Radio), Auckland, 11 December.

Haigh, D. I. (2014). Civil Society. Older Women's Network, Browns Bay Community Centre, Browns Bay, 15 November.

Elliott, S. J., and Haigh, D. (2013). Advocacy in the NZ not-for-profit sector: 'Nothing stands by itself.'. Third Sector Review (Vol. 18 (2)).
http://hdl.handle.net/10652/2665

Elliott, S., and Haigh, D. (2012). Nothing Stands By Itself: Advocacy in the New Zealand Not for Profit Sector. Unitec E-Press, ISBN - 978-1-927214-01-5.

Elliott, S.J., and Haigh, D. (2012). Advocacy in the New Zealand not for profit sector. ANGOA (Community and Voluntary Sector) Research Forum, Auckland, 24 May.

Haigh, D. I. (2012). Review of the report "Connectedness in Auckland's Inner City," 2012. Journal of the Sociological Association of Aotearoa New Zealand, ISSN 1173-1036 (Online) (Vol. 27(2)).

Haigh, D. I., and Elliott, S. (2012). Advocacy in the NZ Not for Profit Sector. Australia & New Zealand Third Sector Research Conference, Hobart, Tasmania, 21-22 November.

Haigh, D. I., and Elliott, S. J. (2012). Advocacy in the New Zealand Not for Profit Sector: Nothing Stands by Itself. NZ Community Research website, May.

Haigh, D. (2009). Eternal Vigilance. Social and Civic Policy Institute, Community Governance Workshop, Wellington.

Haigh, D. (2008). Governance of not-for-profit organisations in Auckland and Christchurch. Report for Social and Civic Policy Institute, Auckland, The Clearing House.

Haigh, D., and Dale, C. (2007). Community development within local government: The early years. Chile, L. (Ed), Community development practice in New Zealand : Exploring good practice.