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Superu has released the latest report from the Growing Up in New Zealand (GUiNZ) longitudinal study working together with GUiNZ. This report focuses on the children from the study at age 4.
Now we are 4 provides a comprehensive look at how Kiwi kids from the study are faring.
Adolescent relationship abuse is a persistent problem that requires further attention and resource in New Zealand, but receives less attention than violence in adult relationships.
Superu has developed a user-friendly toolkit to help community and voluntary organisations and others get ready to do evaluations of their programmes. The toolkit is in four parts and can be accessed online, or in print.
What works: When evidence leads to action is the theme of our annual Evidence to Action conference, scheduled for 19 June in Wellington.
Superu and the University of Auckland have just released the latest report from the Growing Up in New Zealand (GUiNZ) longitudinal study. This report focuses on the children from the study at age 4.
The Youth Mental Health Project (YMHP) has been running since 2012, and comprises 26 specific initiatives aimed at promoting the wellbeing of youth aged 12 to...
The Families & Whānau Wellbeing Status Report 2017 due for release in June will include sections on the following areas of research and a discussion which draws across these to consider the implications for supporting family and whānau wellbeing.
The report What works for children exposed to family violence? integrates international and New Zealand evidence to make recommendations about the future design and delivery of services for children exposed to family violence.
We have now published video footage of presentations from the inaugural Te Ritorito 2017 forum – the hui about the bigger picture of whānau, hapū and iwi wellbeing.