Projects tagged with Gambling
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Topics: Research, Not for profit, Law & Justice, Victims, Poverty & Child Poverty, Education & Training, Policy, Gambling
Preventing and minimising the harm associated with problem gambling is a key element of the regulatory framework for gambling. Much of the intervention in this area is focused on identifying individuals who are problem gamblers or at risk of becoming a problem gambler. Accordingly casino and class 4 operators...
Investigation into the Effect of Gambling Game Characteristics, PIDS and Pop-up Technology on Gambling and Problem Gambling Behaviour - Implementation 2007-2010
7 Aug 2014
This research was carried out to understand the impacts of PIDs and pop-up messages, and to explore the effects of EGM game characteristics and casino table game characteristics, on gambler behaviour and gambling-related harms.
The Department of Internal Affairs (DIA) is responsible for the regulation of gambling in New Zealand so that it is safe, fair, legal and honest. Stakeholders in gambling regulation comprise a diverse range of organisations and individuals. As a responsible regulator, DIA is interested in understanding stakeholder views on their...
Topics: Research, Social Services, Gambling, Healthcare, Information & Communications Technology, Social Media
HPA is responsible for delivering a programme focused on minimising gambling harm, which includes a mass media campaign, the development of resources, and research and evaluation. This research was undertaken to help inform a campaign on host responsibility in Class 4 venues as part of HPA’s programme. This...
Topics: Research, Philanthropy, Voluntary & Community, Law & Justice, Grants, Funding, Contracts & Fundraising, Gambling, Mental Health, Arts and Culture, Quality of Life
Gaming machine societies in the Class 4 gaming sector are responsible for distributing the Gaming Machine Proceeds (GMP) generated from their machines. The Department’s analysis shows that in 2012, a total of $64.1 million was extracted by Class 4 non-club societies in the selected area. The return through...
Probity Report: Retrospective Probity Review of the RFP process for Regional & National Services to Prevent and Minimise Gambling Harm
4 Apr 2014
This is the final report of PricewaterhouseCoopers’ retrospective review of the RFP process for Regional and National Services to Prevent and Minimise Gambling Harm. The report covers the tender process up to the preparing of a draft memo setting out the evaluation results and the recommended list of...
This research was undertaken to understand how risky gambling behaviours, gambling-related harm, and related life situations change over time. HPA will use the findings to help identify how and when interventions can be developed to recognise risky gambling early on and to minimise gambling-related harm to individuals, families...
While many people gamble safely, a number are harmed by their gambling behaviour, leading to significant health, social, and economic implications. It is, therefore, important to understand and monitor how people avoid excessive gambling. The Health Promotion Agency (HPA) works to increase awareness about gambling harm and...
Topics: Research, Non-Governmental Organisation (NGOs), Voluntary & Community, Grants, Funding, Contracts & Fundraising, Policy, Gambling
The purpose of this report is to advise on the results of the ‘Applying for grants from Gambling (‘pokies’) Societies 2013’ Survey (the survey). This constitutes the environmental scan of the community for the ‘GMP vs. Grants in Manukau City’ project (the project). The intent of the survey was to gauge what...
Research indicates that there exists high prevalence rates of problem gambling behaviour among prisoners in New Zealand regardless of gender (Sullivan, Brown and Skinner,2002; Abbot and McKenna, 2005: Abbot, McKenna and Giles; 2005). The purpose of this study is to understand what problem gambling...
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