Multiple disadvantage among sole parents in New Zealand

Multiple disadvantage among sole parents in New Ze...
29 Jun 2018
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This study explores whether some groups of sole parents are more likely to experience multiple disadvantage than others and if the types of disadvantage vary across different sole parent groups. Eight life domains are used to categorise disadvantage: Income, Material Wellbeing, Employment, Education, Health, Housing, Safety, and Connectedness. If someone is found to be disadvantaged in three or more of these life domains, they are said to be experiencing multiple disadvantage.

Multiple disadvantage among sole parents in New Zealand is part of the 2018 Families and Whanau wellbeing work programme.

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