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Writing back to the Hamilton community about Neglect and Nurture

  In the report, Writing back to the Hamilton community about…Neglect and Nurture (2016), Anna Casey-Cox and Rose Black interviewed people working in 16 Hamilton community and social service organisations. The report reflects the observations of those who participated about how neglect and nurture operates in Hamilton and offers insights for building a responsible society. […]

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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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