The fifth report in the series measuring and monitoring the wellbeing of New Zealand families and whānau is due for release on 27 June. In this report we present key themes from our research analyses of family wellbeing and multiple disadvantage, resilience and social support networks; and on subjective whānau wellbeing using Te Kupenga data.
The report will be published on our website on 27 June. Accompanying the main status report, will be a separate report on patterns of multiple disadvantage.
Read last month's news story for more detail on the individual chapters.
This families and whānau report series provides an essential background to any study, process or programme involving social services and will aid better decision-making to improve the lives of New Zealand’s families, whānau and their communities.