Projects tagged with Families & Whānau
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As part of its family dynamics/family effectiveness research programme, the Ministry of Social Development commissioned research in 2000 to explore the views of families, young people and service providers on what constitute ‘good outcomes’ for young people. Good outcomes in this context include outcomes in the areas of...
Pathways over the transition to schools: Studies in family literacy practices and effective classroom concepts for Māori and Pasifika children
Topics: Research, Education & Training, Literacy & Numeracy, Schools, Families & Whānau, Children, Māori, Pacific People
Two outcomes of research and development are described in this report. One is the development of a set of resources suitable for family literacy education. The second is a set of research goals involving Māori and Pasifika families.
with: Statistics New Zealand
In 1997 Statistics New Zealand was granted funding from the Foundation for Research Science and Technology (FRST) to conduct a feasibility study for a Longitudinal Survey of Income, Employment and Family Dynamics (LSIEFD). This report is the final output from the feasibility project and sets out the results and conclusions from...
The New Zealand Immigration Service (NZIS) undertook a review of family sponsored immigration policy. One of the key issues addressed was what is the appropriate definition of family. To contribute to this work, the Service commissioned a report on this topic. This study: identifies how...
The New Zealand Immigration Service (NZIS) is undertaking a review of family sponsored immigration policy. Both the Family Category and the Humanitarian Category policies are being reviewed. However, very little is known about the ways the Humanitarian Category is being used and who is using it. The purpose of this research was...
The paper is about the recovery experiences of four families with a son, daughter or sibling who has been diagnosed with an ongoing mental illness. The four families were interviewed for the Mental Health Commission and their accounts follow.
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