Hayley Squance

Associate student
Hayley Squance

Hayley Squances’ project is completing case studies of flood and fire in New Zealand to explore the key issues that are impacting effective multi-agency collaboration for animal welfare emergency management. The outcome of Hayley’s PhD will be the development of a comprehensive animal welfare emergency management framework which will enhance multi-agency collaboration who experience the human-animal interface in emergencies. This will inform the understanding of the operational, social, political and economic factors in New Zealand.

As of June 2021, Hayley expected to submit her PhD later in 2021. She worked for the Ministry for Primary Industries as the National Animal Welfare Emergency Management Coordinator for nearly five years before focusing on completing her PhD.

Student project

Despite the plethora of international plans, guidelines, legislation and the increasing body of supporting academic literature regarding Animal Welfare Emergency Management (AWEM), New Zealand research remains relatively scant.

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