Projects tagged with Law & Justice
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with: Ministry of Justice: MoJ
The Organised Crime Strategy (the Strategy) outlined a multi agency work programme containing 15 initiatives designed to build on the laws passed over 2009-2011 to target and disrupt the activities of organised criminal groups. Many of those initiatives have already resulted in operational improvements and changes to the way...
Topics: Evaluation, Research, Conflict & Conflict Resolution, Crime & Safety, Law & Justice, Social Services, Families & Whānau, Relationships, Māori, Prisoners, Lifestyle & Standard of Living, Quality of Life
Issue one of Practice: The New Zealand Corrections Journal includes: Editorial - Ray Smith An evidence-base for reducing re-offending - Dr Carolina C. Lukkien and Dr Peter W. Johnston Getting the balance right -
with: NZ Police
Topics: Evaluation, Research, Crime & Safety, Law & Justice, Victims, Employment & Labour, Social Security & Welfare, Gender, Race & Ethnicity
Over the past few years the NZ Police Workplace Survey has helped provide valuable insight into the climate of our organisation. It has provided a focus for discussion around the perceptions and opinions of staff across a range of areas and issues. As an organisation, level of engagement has become an...
Topics: Evaluation, Law & Justice, Grants, Funding, Contracts & Fundraising, Retirement, Governance & Kaitiakitanga
The New Zealand Superannuation Fund invests money, on behalf of the Government, to help pay for the increased cost of universal superannuation entitlements (New Zealand Superannuation) in the future. By doing this the Fund adds to Crown wealth, improves the ability of future Governments to pay for...
Topics: Evaluation, Human Rights & Civil Liberties, Law & Justice, Social Security & Welfare, Governance & Kaitiakitanga, Culture
On 30 May 2012, I announced that my Office would carry out an inquiry into the decision by the former Associate Minister of Immigration, Hon Shane Jones, to grant citizenship to Mr Yang Liu (also known as Yong Ming Yan). I appointed Francis Cooke QC to lead the inquiry on my behalf. Although this inquiry arose...
with: Te Puni Kōkiri: TPK
In 2011 Te Puni Kōkiri commissioned an evaluation on: how well the Te Puni Kōkiri investment strengthened the capacity and capability of Māori Wardens; and how well Te Puni Kōkiri implemented the investment. This is the full report of the evaluation findings. Published in 2012.
Literature review about the use of affirmative action programmes to address gender discrimination in the workplace
with: NZ Police
Topics: Literature review, Law & Justice, Employment & Labour, Women, Socio-economic status, Discrimination, Gender
This is a literature review, commissioned by New Zealand Police about the use of affirmative action programmes to address gender discrimination in the workplace.
with: Statistics New Zealand
Topics: International Research, Monitoring, Research, Human Rights & Civil Liberties, Law & Justice, Policy, Migrants, Discrimination
The electoral enrolment of immigrants is important for effective democracy. Electoral rolls also provide useful administrative data on the age, regional distribution, and intercensal movements of the eligible voting population. An understanding of the enrolment patterns of recent immigrants provides information on the political...
Access to tobacco is recognised as one of the environmental risk factors for young people taking up smoking. Participants in the Health Promotion Agency’s (HPA’s) Youth Insights Survey (YIS) of Year 10 students were asked whether they thought they could get cigarettes or tobacco from anyone in their family/...
Access to tobacco is recognised as one of the environmental risk factors for young people taking up smoking. As well as directly communicating with young people, tobacco control activities should also communicate with key audiences who can ultimately influence young people and their access to tobacco, such as friends, parents/...
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