IDI insights: Understanding multiple disadvantage and vulnerable transience

Oranga Tamariki is hosting a 90 minute seminar about current multiple disadvantage and vulnerable transience using data from the Integrated Data Infrastructure (IDI).

Speakers

  • Jason Timmins is a principal analyst at the Education Review Office (and previously worked at Superu). His presentation will look at transience – something that can lead to poorer outcomes in education, health and wellbeing. Jason will report on research, commissioned by Superu, that used the IDI to estimate how many New Zealanders are transient and at risk of poor outcomes. Read the Superu report on vulnerable transient populations here.
  • Eric Krassoi Peach is a senior analyst and researcher at the Ministry of Social Development (also formerly of Superu). In this presentation, Eric will give a short background on his work exploring multiple disadvantage using General Social Survey data linked to the IDI. Read the Superu report on multiple disadvantage here.

Where

Kakapo Room, Aurora Centre

Ministry of Social Development

56 The Terrace

Wellington

When

10.30am, 25 May 2018

Register now to secure your seat.

This is the fourth in a series of seminars hosted by the Oranga Tamariki Evidence Centre Te Pokapū Taunakitanga. It partners with a range of social sector agencies to present current research and thinking.

Event date: 
25 May 2018
Event Type: 
Supported Events
Last update: 18 May 2018