A Free Press: More crucial than ever
Researcher ‘Alapasita Pomelile explores what the freedom of press means for society, civil ...
Joining the Maxim Institute research team in 2021, ‘Alapasita holds a Bachelor of Physical Education (Hons) and a Master’s in Public Health from the University of Otago. Her work includes leading research on factors that shape the academic success of Pacific students, as well as community research on Pacific youth, debt and family violence prevention. Currently working on research around poverty and predatory lending, ‘Alapasita is examining the implications of new credit law changes on third-tier lenders to vulnerable groups at risk of predatory lending.
This past week saw the birth of the Aotearoa New Zealand Code of Practice for Online Safety and Harm
New Zealanders are feeling the financial crush. More will be exposed to the unregulated “Wild Wes...
Many vulnerable families and communities continue to be exploited through short-term high-cost loans
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