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As New Zealand changes, traditional assumptions about families and whānau go out the window.
Our legislation is due to be repealed effective 30 July 2018, which means our last day in the office will be Friday 29 June 2018. This has been on the cards for a while and is being formalised by the Families Commission Act Repeal Bill. Here is where you’ll find our key work programmes:
New Zealand families and whānau past, present and future were showcased at the fifth and final Evidence to Action (E2A) conference held on 10 April 2018.
Last Sunday I listened to a fascinating radio interview with Professor Phil Fisher, an expert in children’s neurobiological and psychological development.
Our new plain-English guide to making sense of evidence has just been released.
"The past is never fully gone. It is absorbed into the present and the future. It stays to shape what we are and what we do" - Sir William Deane, former Governor General of Australia.
The Office of the Auditor-General has recently released a report about using information to improve social housing services, and the report received a lot of media attention.
Western science and methods are often given prominence over all other systems of knowledge.
Superu's latest research explores the issues around frequent residental movements and finds a vulnerable transient population roughly the size of Tauranga.