Character-testing the Character Test
Character-testing the Character Test is important to the essence of Representative Democracy and ...
Our research is the first step in our work for New Zealand, creating the foundation for well-considered policy recommendations that we hope create the conditions for families and whānau to flourish.
We know that good policy relies on good policy advice. We work on areas of long-term strategic importance and also respond to short-term policy challenges as they arise. Our independence means we have the freedom to decide what we work on and we work hard to offer briefings to experts and leaders from across the political spectrum so they can make well-informed decisions for the future of Aotearoa New Zealand.
We don’t do it alone either. Our research process involves deep consultation with community organisations, academics, and experts in the field, and every paper is independently peer-reviewed before we release our findings.
In responding to the pandemic we weakened important safeguards. There was a lack of debate...
Many vulnerable families and communities continue to be exploited through short-term high-cost loans
Palliative care is an important ingredient for good end of life care.
International experience certainly shows that over time the law itself can change, and in doing so,
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This document was prepared by Research Fellow Professor Warren Brookbanks as our submission
Character skills are valued by employers in New Zealand and across the world.
Young people are bearing the brunt of the economic downturn, especially youth NEETs.
Research highlights the returns to ALMPs are neither assured nor even always positive.
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