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Where to find Superu resources and work after they close

July 06, 2018 at 2:19 PM

From the NZFVC

The Social Policy Evaluation and Research Unit (Superu) is to close permanently on 30 June 2018.

Since 2014, Superu's role has been to work with decision-makers in the social sector around having good-quality evidence to help solve complex social issues. This has included: generating evidence to help decision-makers understand complex social issues and what works to address them, sharing evidence of what works with the people who make decisions on social services, and supporting decision-makers to use evidence to make better decisions to improve social outcomes.

Formerly, Superu was known as the Families Commission, which was established in 2004 to advocate on behalf of families.

Going forward, previous Superu publications will be available online through The Hub website as well as the National Library.

Click here for more information



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