Dr Nicolas Pirsoul is a policy analyst in the local government sector in New Zealand and a research assistant at the University of Auckland. He is the author of The Theory of Recognition and Multicultural Policies in Colombia and New Zealand.
Research assistant, University of Auckland
Policy Analyst - Democracy Advisor, Waikato District Council
Sessional lecturer, Australian Catholic University
Teaching associate, Monash University
Graduate Teaching Assistant, University of Auckland
University of Auckland, PhD in Politics and International Relations
The Theory of Recognition and Multicultural Policies in Colombia and New Zealand, Palgrave
Troubled Waters in New Zealand, Environmental Communication 14 (6).
Deliberative Democracy and Water Management in New Zealand: a Critical Approach to Collaborative Governance and Co-Management Initiatives, Water Resources Management
The deliberative deficit of the prior consultation mechanism, Australian Journal of Political Science
Recognition and Deliberation: a Deliberative Corrective to Liberal Multicultural Policies, Journal of Public Deliberation