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Welcome to the Peter McKenzie Project

August 17, 2017 at 3:08 PM

*From the Community Waitakere Noticeboard*

Many interrelated factors influence whether families flourish. Reducing the number of people living in poverty is a complex challenge.
We believe systems change is an important approach to reducing poverty in a lasting way. We are looking for Ideas that change systems based on a detailed understanding of how they work.  Given the focus of the Peter McKenzie Project, we are particularly interested in:
• systems which have an effect on family income – taxes, benefits, the factors that determine wage and salary levels, ability to save, access to decent jobs and to capital; and
• features of systems which make a poverty-free life harder to achieve for some groups than others.

Closes 30 September 2017
This is long term funding (for up to 20 years)

To find out more visit: http://petermckenzieproject.org.nz/



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