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1 Oct 2005
This report has helped guide the Families Commission work on families with dependent children. It combined and discussed results of a literature review, focus groups, and other relevant studies, and presented a cohesive picture of the diverse range of issues important to New Zealand families with...
Document type: Report
Size: 738.68 KB
1 Oct 2005
This Families Commission report reviews some of the main concepts and methodologies in the cost of children literature. It does not attempt to arrive at cost estimations. It is well known that it takes a substantial amount of both time and money to raise children. It is also known that the amount...
Document type: Report
Size: 473.12 KB
1 Oct 2005
If New Zealand wants to move beyond zero tolerance for family violence, we must actively foster and promote healthy relationships across all levels and sectors of society. This Families Commission report provides an overview of: definitions of family violence the level and nature of family violence...
Document type: Report
Document: zero-tolerance.pdf
Size: 539.69 KB
1 Jun 2005
Research shows that parent support and development programmes, especially as part of overall strategies to address family concerns, can make a positive difference. This review looks at key parenting programmes in New Zealand and their key issues, provides recommendations, and suggests ways forward...
Document type: Report
Size: 456.2 KB
1 May 2005
Longitudinal data provides the opportunity to study the evolution of New Zealand families and to determine the impact of family background and circumstances on child development and family functioning. It assesses five studies: The Dunedin Multidisciplinary Health and Development Study, Dunedin...
Document type: Report
Size: 896.75 KB
Last update: 31 Mar 2017