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Research highlights issues facing Māori families

Superu has just released its latest Families and Whānau Status Report, which explores the wellbeing of New Zealand’s families and whānau. Donovan Clarke (Waikato, Ngāti Te Ata, Ngāti Hine), Superu’s Chief Advisor Māori, explains this year’s results.  

Research highlights ethnic differences in the wellbeing of Kiwi families

Superu has just released its latest Families and Whānau Status Report, which explores the wellbeing of New Zealand’s families and whānau. 

Learning more about unequal families and relationships

Superu had an opportunity recently to present our family and whānau research on an international stage.

Are there ethnic differences in how our families are faring?

Superu will release its latest Families and Whānau Status Report on 22 July 2016.

From the Chief Executive

Being part of a family is a universal experience that forms the most significant socialising influence in our lives, so the wellbeing of families and whānau is important to ensure New Zealanders thrive.

A comprehensive approach is needed to address intimate partner violence

An issues paper on risk and protective factors for intimate partner violence (IPV) has just been published by the New Zealand Family Violence Clearinghouse.

Setting the standards

Standards of evidence are tools that help give decision-makers confidence that a programme or policy has a particular outcome. They show people how to gather better evidence, increase accountability and share information on what works.

Celebrating Matariki

Matariki whetu ki te Rangi
Tāngata ora ki te Whenua

Pleiades stars in the sky
People well-being on Earth

Just launched - The Families Commissioner Blog

Len Cook, the Families Commissioner, uses this blog to share his views on the nature of families and the important role they play in society. Here, Len will highlight trends that need to be considered in the development and delivery of social policy and programmes.

Last update: 12 Dec 2017