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PhD research: feedback needed

March 04, 2015 at 4:23 PM

Jeffrey's thesis explores how individuals think and feel about the assistance they received from community support projects in New Zealand.  A community support project is defined in this research as any project that is designed to try and improve the well-being of community members. Some examples would be projects focused on: family education and support, violence prevention, addictions, shelter and accommodations, debris clearing following a natural disaster, refugee services, elderly support, etc.

If you have received assistance from a community support project within the past 5 years please share your experiences by completing the online survey:

To find out more about this project or to contact Jeffrey see the research website

Category: Research