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.
The Salvation Army's stand on psychoactive drugs.
The Matthew effect has been likened to a Monopoly game: some succeed, while others face steadily diminishing resources.
Reshaping New Zealand's drinking culture.
A State of the Nation report from The Salvation Army for 2010.
Using alcohol taxes to reduce New Zealanders' harmful drinking.
A State of the Nation report from The Salvation Army for 2009.
A 2008 statistical overview of housing markets in New Zealand.
A State of the Nation report from The Salvation Army for 2008.
The importance of social housing as a vehicle for social reform.