Current projects

Our aim is to increase the use of evidence in the social sector so that better decisions can be made – about funding, policies or services – to improve the lives of families, whānau and communities in New Zealand.

The use of evidence can change people’s lives.  We are working on the following projects because they will provide useful evidence for people working in the social sector to change the lives of New Zealanders.

Date published: 9 Feb 2017

Complex social issues need good quality evidence, and decision-makers need to know what works.

Superu manages the Ministerial Social Sector Research Fund, which is used to respond to research and evaluation questions from Ministers about social sector issues.

Here are the research projects we have completed for Ministers to date:

Journeys of resilience: From adverse childhoods to achieving adulthood

Last update: 23 Jun 2017