Evidence to Action 2018 conference

Our final Evidence to Action conference took place on 10 April 2018. Our thanks to everyone who attended. It was great hearing what you had to say.

Below are the speakers' presentations. Videos will follow later in April 2018. And a summary of speakers' remarks are on Twitter under hashtag #e2a2018.  

Families and whanau past, present and future

Distinguished Professor Paul Spoonley, Pro Vice-Chancellor of the College of Humanities and Social Sciences at Massey University, a Fellow of the Royal Society of New Zealand and one of New Zealand's leading academics

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Research with families and whanau: challenges and successes

Kataraina Pipi and Rae Torrie from Te Whiringa who carried out research with users of publicly-funded services in South Auckland

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Capability building in the social sector

Brenda Pilott, National Manager, Social Service Providers Aotearoa, and Gill Genet, General Manager Business Development, Careerforce

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The future of Whanau Ora

Dame Tariana Turia, (Ngāti Apa, Ngā Wairiki, Ngā Rauru, Tuwharetoa and Whanganui), former Minister for Whānau Ora, Disability Issues, and the Community and Voluntary Sector, and rangatiratanga champion

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Quantifying and characterising the transient population in New Zealand

Professor Gail Pacheco, School of Economics at the Auckland University of Technology and Director of the NZ Work Research Institute

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The future of research and evaluation in helping families and whanau

Dame Diane Robertson, former Auckland City Missioner, community leader and Chair of the Data Futures Partnership 

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Event date: 
10 April 2018
Event Type: 
Superu events
Last update: 7 May 2018