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   Weekly Media Roundup
   MSD Family Violence and Sexual Violence Service Provider Update
   White Ribbon 2020 and 16 days of activism against gender based violence
   Pasefika Proud ethnic specific family violence prevention training 2020-21
   SSPA: Learn More About Responding to Section 7AA
   Child Protection for the Early Childhood Education (ECE) sector: training webinar
   RFP for resources to support new Relationships and Sexuality Education guidelines
   Information sharing: training webinar
   Online Community Seminar: Preventing the Removal of Infants by the State
   Government and NGO interim CEDAW reports set out work to be done
   Social Determinants of Health Webinar: COVID-19, social determinants and violence
   Weekly Media Roundup
   New Minister for Prevention of Family & Sexual Violence, other positions announced
   Kia whiti tonu - "To shine brightly"
   Latest research report from Growing Up in New Zealand released
   Free Young Mum Support Program next intake 2021
   Aotearoa Sustainable Development Goals Summit Series Hui #1: See the Change
   Te Kupenga: 2018
   Creating a level playing field for ALL women - Experiences & issues for disabled women
   Cumulative Jeopardy: What works in working with maltreating families?
   Weekly Media Roundup
   Community Waitakere AGM
   Family violence and sexual violence service provider update - MSD, Oct 2020
   Pacific Family Violence Prevention Training Programme sessions for 2020 – 2021
   Better Blokes Referral List

State of the Nation Report 2019 - Are You Well? Are We Safe?

February 15, 2019 at 11:22 AM

From the Salvation Army

The Salvation Army's annual State of the Nation report takes a well-being approach to considering our social progress as a nation. It looks at the differences between those of us who are doing okay and the most vulnerable New Zealanders.

The report shows a lack of tangible progress in key areas including record levels of household debt and a growing gap in educational achievement between poorer and more well off communities.  

The report also shows rising rates of offender recidivism and evidence of increasing levels of activity related to social hazards such as alcohol, drugs and gambling.

Click here to download the report



Category: Reports