Our tamariki in low socio-economic households are facing inequalities with education and opportunities in New Zealand.
The Salvation Army's Submission to Parliament.
An inquiry into preventing child abuse and improving children’s health outcomes.
The Social Policy Unit's Submission to the Māori Affairs Select Committee inquiry into the determinants of well-being for Māori children.
The Social Policy Unit's Submission on the Green Paper for Vulnerable Children challenges the Government to broaden its scope in considering what it means to be vulnerable.
The Matthew effect has been likened to a Monopoly game: some succeed, while others face steadily diminishing resources.
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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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