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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.
Superu commissioned independent evaluations of two NGO programmes and these case studies are now available on our...
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The challenge of increasing diversity
The inaugural Te Ritorito forum was an excellent two days of challenging thinking and robust discussion. The hui aimed to illustrate what the bigger picture of whānau, hapū and iwi wellbeing looks like and what the future implications of this are for Māori and Government.
A recent study published by Superu reports that the quality of whānau relationships, individual life satisfaction, age, gender and family type influenced how well Māori said their whānau were doing.
The first Evidence Rating Scale that consistently assesses a broad range of evidence and accommodates a New Zealand perspective has been released. It was developed by Superu in partnership with social sector organisations and government funders.