Housing supply and affordability are not being tackled with enough speed and concentration, The Salvation Army claims in its 2015 State of the Nation report “A Mountain All Can Climb”.
Latest education and training figures suggest the Government cut education programmes for at-risk youth even as youth unemployment increased.
The Salvation Army is pleased Prime Minister John Key has indicated that his newly elected Government will give greater emphasis to the elimination of Child Poverty in New Zealand.
The Salvation Army today releases the first in a series of voter videos entitled “Make Your Vote Count”, aimed at helping people understand more about key social issues before they vote in the General Election.
People start out trying to win the Lotto Jackpot but end up with a far less desirable prize of a gambling problem they can’t control.
The Salvation Army today released its latest annual State of the Nation report reviewing social progress in New Zealand entitled, Striking a Better Balance.
New Zealand’s housing policy is overdue for a wide-ranging review if the nation is to avoid a deepening housing crisis.
The Salvation Army and its new leader General André Cox at Just Action and Congress 2013.
The Salvation Army today asked all MPs to examine their consciences before voting on the Sky City convention centre.