The Social Policy & Parliamentary Unit works toward the eradication of poverty by encouraging policies and practices that strengthen the social framework of New Zealand.
We provide solid social research and robust policy analysis, engaging with national opinion makers in politics, government, business, media and education.
'More than Churches, Rugby & Festivals' The 2013 Report on the State of Pacific People in New Zealand.
Reports exploring the extent of social progress that we have made in New Zealand.
An e-newsletter from The Social Policy and Parliamentary Unit.
The Social Policy Unit's archive of submission papers.
Learning more about people's experiences with harmful substances and ideas for limiting the harm that these substances cause in our society.
The social pressures facing the most vulnerable and at risk in New Zealand.
The cost of servicing a mortgage and our high level of indebtedness is likely to prove to be a major burden for years to come.
Pointing the debate towards more positive and rehabilitative prison practice.
Our tamariki in low socio-economic households are facing inequalities with education and opportunities in New Zealand.
Confront and challenge your thinking on a variety of faith and justice-driven topics.
Various papers from Salvation Army conferences and other social justice forums.
We welcome your comments, including feedback on our reports and ideas for making positive social change.
To comment or for information or printed copies of reports, please contact:
The Social Policy and Parliamentary Unit
PO Box 76249, Manukau City, Auckland
Phone: +64 9 262 2332
Practical and spiritual support offered following major disaster.
The first State of the Nation report on Pasifika people is released.
First course graduates at the Alcohol and Drug Awareness Centre.
Congress 2013 takes place in September.
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