Post Budget Lunch

As part of a nationwide series of post budget events, Child Poverty Action Group is pleased to be hosting this event together with: Poverty Action Waikato, Anglican Action Hamilton, and DV Bryant Trust. Speakers include Alan Johnson and Professor Martin Thrupp. Venue: Celebrating Age Centre, 30 Victoria Street, Hamilton. Lunch is provided, please bring a koha […]

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Living Wage

All over the world Living Wage campaigns have a focus on public money.  It’s important that public money is used ethically when funding public services and employing New Zealanders -this includes paying a Living Wage. The Living Wage Movement calls on: -All publicly funded bodies to lead by example ensuring their employees are paid a […]

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Latest Windows on Waikato Poverty report now available

A review from Stewart Lawrence, Professor in Accounting, Waikato Management School. “This report offers an excellent exposition of the failures of the market economy – in the areas of housing, employment and health. It shows clearly the impact on specific vulnerable groups (Maori, children and young adults). The statistics provided are shocking and thought-provoking. The […]

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