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‘Whānau who are connected, are proud, because we know who we are and where we come from, are confident, and we have values’ – Laurie Watt on national levers to tackle poverty at the Rotorua workshop

‘Whānau who are connected, are proud, because we know who we are and where we come from, are confident, and we have values’ – Laurie Watt on national levers to tackle poverty at the Rotorua workshop

As part of the follow-up to the 2016 TacklingPovertyNZ workshop tour, we will be posting one blog a day over the next few weeks to accompany the workshop speaker videos published on our YouTube channel. Watch Laurie Watt share national levers to tackle poverty at the...

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‘We need to test what Is really working on a sustainable basis, and then support and invest in it’ Dr Girol Karacaoglu, then Chief Economist at the New Zealand Treasury, at the Gisborne workshop

‘We need to test what Is really working on a sustainable basis, and then support and invest in it’ Dr Girol Karacaoglu, then Chief Economist at the New Zealand Treasury, at the Gisborne workshop

As part of the follow-up to the 2016 TacklingPovertyNZ workshop tour, we will be posting one blog a day over the next few weeks to accompany the workshop speaker videos published on our YouTube channel. Watch Dr Girol Karacaoglu, then Chief Economist, New Zealand...

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‘We are not going to navigate families around stuffed systems, we want the systems to change’ – Dame Diane Robertson on the Family 100 Research Project at the Rotorua workshop

‘We are not going to navigate families around stuffed systems, we want the systems to change’ – Dame Diane Robertson on the Family 100 Research Project at the Rotorua workshop

As part of the follow-up to the 2016 TacklingPovertyNZ workshop tour, we will be posting one blog a day over the next few weeks to accompany the workshop speaker videos published on our YouTube channel. Watch Dame Diane Robertson, former chief executive of the...

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‘Poverty was fun, poverty is pain. Let’s get some solutions today and make these solutions viral to the country’ – Potaua Biasiny-Tule, Te Tatau o Te Arawa, at the Rotorua workshop

‘Poverty was fun, poverty is pain. Let’s get some solutions today and make these solutions viral to the country’ – Potaua Biasiny-Tule, Te Tatau o Te Arawa, at the Rotorua workshop

As part of the follow-up to the 2016 TacklingPovertyNZ workshop tour, we will be posting one blog a day over the next few weeks to accompany the workshop speaker videos published on our YouTube channel. Watch Potaua Biasiny-Tule, member of Te Tatau o Te Arawa, share...

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‘We in the Manawatu community know that we are facing crisis level of inequality’ – Amanda Oldfield, Carelink Community Trust Coordinator, at the Manawatu workshop

‘We in the Manawatu community know that we are facing crisis level of inequality’ – Amanda Oldfield, Carelink Community Trust Coordinator, at the Manawatu workshop

As part of the follow-up to the 2016 TacklingPovertyNZ workshop tour, we will be posting one blog a day over the next few weeks to accompany the workshop speaker videos published on our YouTube channel. Watch Amanda Oldfield, coordinator of the Carelink Community...

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