Projects tagged with Information & Communications Technology
201 results found
Topics: Research, Community Development, Bullying, Housing & Homelessness, Inequality, Poverty & Child Poverty, Social Services, Education & Training, Schools, Families & Whānau, Child Development, Diet & Nutrition, Children, Lifestyle & Standard of Living, Quality of Life, Socio-economic status, Sport & Recreation, Information & Communications Technology
Feedback from 278 children and young people from throughout New Zealand about their experiences of living in low socio-economic communities and their views on solutions to child poverty.
Topics: Research, Human Rights & Civil Liberties, Disability, Communicating, Information & Communications Technology
In December 2011 the Commission released The Wider Journey discussion document, which raised issues relating to the built environment, independent voting processes and access to information. The purpose of The Wider Journey was twofold: to invite further information and input from disabled people and experts,...
Topics: Literature review, Communicating, Information & Communications Technology, Media & Communications
The purpose of this literature review was to compare New Zealander's views of classification and rating labelling systems with overseas respondents' views from research published in the past 10 years (2002-2012). Published research was collected primarily from agencies in Britain, Ireland, the United States, and...
Topics: Evaluation, Monitoring, Not for profit, Voluntary & Community, Grants, Funding, Contracts & Fundraising, Education & Training, Gambling, Communicating, Information & Communications Technology
At the time of this review there were 46 licensed non-club gaming societies (NCS) operating gaming machines in commercial venues in New Zealand. Under regulations associated with the Gambling Act 2003 (the Act), all societies conducting Class 4 gambling are required to present a basic level of information on their websites. This...
Topics: Research, Conservation, Environment, Natural Resources, Sport & Recreation, Information & Communications Technology
In 2012, the National Survey of New Zealanders captured the views of 3885 New Zealanders aged 18 years and over through a combination of telephone and online methods. The results of the 2012 survey are detailed in the following reports.
New Zealand Autism Spectrum Disorder Guideline: Supplementary evidence on supported employment services
18 Aug 2012
Topics: Research, Employment & Labour, Grants, Funding, Contracts & Fundraising, Social Services, Public Service, Healthcare, Quality of Life, Information & Communications Technology
The New Zealand Autism Spectrum Disorder Guideline (the ASD Guideline) was published in April 2008. As part of their commitment to the implementation of the guideline, the Ministry of Health and Ministry of Education agreed to establish a Living Guideline process. This process is where a guideline is regularly updated and...
Review of Health Education Resources on Gout Medication: Summary of report to the Ministry of Health
28 Jun 2012
with: Ministry of Health: MoH
Topics: Social Services, Public Service, Healthcare, Disease, Quality of Life, Information & Communications Technology
This publication summarises a review of the suitability of publicly available resources on gout medication and its use for health professionals as well as consumers and their whānau. The review was undertaken in the context of improving health literacy. The publication outlines: the review processes the health...
Supporting deaf learners using visual modes of communication within mainstream schools to access the curriculum
Topics: Research, Schools, Special Education, Families & Whānau, Children, Disability, Language, Communicating, Information & Communications Technology
Many deaf learners are geographically dispersed and many attend local mainstream classes, which can result in linguistic isolation with little access to natural visual language models. There is concern that they don’t always have adequate access to the curriculum because of their communication needs. The Ministry commissioned...
Topics: Evaluation, Governance & Kaitiakitanga, Communicating, Information & Communications Technology
During the past 25 years, information and communication technology (ICT) has become integral to how we work, enjoy leisure activities, and receive services. Partly because of advances in ICT, people who use public services expect them to be delivered faster, cheaper, and more conveniently. ICT can help public...
with: NZ On Air
Topics: Research, Pacific People, Communicating, Information & Communications Technology, Media & Communications
Overall, the importance of Pacific broadcasting in radio and television is deeply rooted to the connection that Pacific audiences feel with their communities, across the country and the wider Pacific region. Radio has been especially important in providing programming in Pacific languages, a service that is considerably harder...
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