The main findings from the Family Start Disability Survey, an exploratory analysis of families participating in the programme, with a focus on children with dis
Our August seminar featured two presentations; looking at family harm initiatives and discussing the results of the 2018 NZ Crime and Victims Survey.
Examining the historical, current, and future role of the State, around families' and children's involvement in the child welfare system.
Our June seminar featured two presentations looking at research on children's and Young people's educational experiences.
Two presentations; Children and young people's views on what makes a good life. Tax policy studies that examine the link between income & child maltreatment.
An overview of randomised controlled trials and a range of quasi-experimental approaches to identify what works and doesn’t work in social policy interventions.
Two presentations; One exploring the results from a Health survey and another discussing recent work by the Education Review Office (ERO) on resilience.
Two presentations; Understanding young people with high needs transitioning out of care, and Longitudinal Studies: Transforming Ordinary into Extraordinary.
Our September seminar featured two presentations; Not in Employment, Education or Training (NEET), and the Social Workers in Schools programme.
The third International Conference on Well-Being & Public Policy (hosted by Victoria University of Wellington) was held Sept 5-7 2018.
Our July seminar featured presentations about the IDI and how can it help us measure the impact of Oranga Tamariki services on children and their families.
Our May seminar featured presentations about current multiple disadvantage and vulnerable transience using data from the Integrated Data Infrastructure (IDI).
"A focus on Youth Justice" was our third in a series of seminars and featured presentations about current Youth Justice research and cross-agency initiatives.
Supporting young people through times of transition was a timely event that attracted a large and lively audience.
'Defining and measuring wellbeing and poverty' proved a popular topic for the Evidence Centre's first seminar.