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Applications to the Superu Children and Families Research Fund are open to government agencies, academics, public or independent research organisations, and non-government organisations.
GUiNZ is a longitudinal study of child development that follows a sample of children born between 2009 and 2010 in Auckland and Waikato.
Superu recognises that researchers need to connect with GUiNZ data to help tackle key challenges that New Zealand children and their families face today. The Superu Children and Families Research Fund ensures that researchers have the access and funding they need to do this.
November has been a stressful month for many of us, with the earthquake disrupting our lives and our work. I have been delighted, however, to see how New Zealand communities have rallied around and showed tremendous resilience and support for individuals and families.
This month we put a spotlight on family violence in support of the 2016 White Ribbon Campaign.
I was fortunate enough to attend two conferences in the UK recently which focused on evidence.
Howard White, Chief Executive of the Campbell Collaboration in the UK, is a global influencer on evidence and what works in the social sector.
Our Government has a focus on youth mental health. We know that, in New Zealand, we’re similar to Australia where around 24% of youth report some form of mental health issue. Superu is working to ensure policy makers, service providers and funders know what works and what doesn’t when...
Superu’s Hub is a one-stop-shop for New Zealand social science government research about education, health and wellbeing, crime and justice, families, children and young people.
It contains over 5,400 reports that have been undertaken, commissioned or at least partly funded by central...