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Our State of the Nation reports and others explore the extent of progress being made in New Zealand across key social indicators of children, crime and punishment, work and incomes, social hazards, and housing. This section also includes our annual reports on the current state of housing in New Zealand as well as other recent reports.

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2014 Prevent People Trafficking Conference Report

9 Jul | 2014

The primary aim of the 2014 Prevent People Trafficking Conference was: working together to combat labour exploitation and people trafficking within New Zealand and the South Pacific.

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Striking a better balance

11 Feb | 2014

Child poverty and domestic violence are still not being taken seriously enough by ordinary New Zealanders, says The Salvation Army in their 2014 State of the Nation Report.

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Give Me Shelter

13 Nov | 2013

A Salvation Army report warns New Zealand’s housing policy’s lack of vision and state of neglect needs to be urgently addressed.

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More than Churches, Rugby & Festivals

13 Nov | 2013

A Report on the State of Pacific People in New Zealand.

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Prevent People Trafficking Conference Report

28 May | 2013

Report from the recent conference held in Auckland.

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She'll be Right

12 Feb | 2013

A State of the Nation report from The Salvation Army for 2013.

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Adding It All Up

22 Aug | 2012

Salvation Army comments on the politics of Auckland’s housing.

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The Growing Divide

16 Feb | 2012

A State of the Nation report from The Salvation Army for 2012.

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Pacific Trafficking in Persons Conference Report

4 Dec | 2011

Report from the recent trafficking conference held in Wellington.


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