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Election 2014

This is the first of a six-episode series to help voters ahead of New Zealand’s General Election on 20 September 2014. The series has been prepared by The Salvation Army's Social Policy for Parliamentary Unit.

These videos won’t tell anyone how to vote, but they will raise some key issues that are important to New Zealand: housing, our children, social hazards, crime and punishment, and work and incomes. We hope this series encourages people to be active citizens who take their opportunity to vote seriously. See you at the polls!

> Download the voter video discussion questions (PDF, 232KB)

Post Election Reflections

What does the election result say to the poor? - An election 2014 reflection piece by Major Campbell Roberts, Director of The Salvation Army Social Policy and Parliamentary Unit.

Catalyst for Hope - A review of the Election Video Roadshows around New Zealand by Ronji Tanielu, Social Policy Advisor, The Salvation Army Social Policy and Parliamentary Unit.

Social Hazards


Why Should Christians vote?


Crime & Punishment

Work & Incomes

Full downloads of the election videos are available here.

Pleae email the webmaster if you have any problems.

Gospel Manifesto

The Salvation Army's 'War Cry' magazine has been publishing a series of articles from a Christchurch-based group of Christians suggesting a ‘Gospel Manifesto’. Experts in various fields have been focusing Christian voters on the teaching of Jesus and the local and global situation in which we live.

Priority 1: Every Child Counts 

Priority 2: Healthy Homes Lead to Healthy Lives 

Priority 3: Inequality Costs Everyone 

Priority 4: Are We a Punitive Society?

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Contact us

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
Email: Social Policy Unit