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Welfare & Social Security

The One Thing Plan


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The One Thing Plan

After seeing how mothers with young children in difficult circumstances were often overwhelmed by the multitude of problems they faced, Auckland Women’s Centre Co-ordinator Rochelle Carr created her SKIP One Thing plan.


By MSD, New Zealand.


Welfare and Social Security Policy Resource.


Courage to help


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Courage to help

A courageous woman has turned her experience of abuse into a life mission to prevent others from walking the path she did. If you know anything about Jude Simpson’s life, you’d have to say she’s got courage in spades. It’s a history that has given her unique credibility in campaigning against family violence.


By MSD, New Zealand.


Welfare and Social Security Policy Resource.


Statement of Intent 2012–2015


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Statement of Intent 2012–2015

This Statement of Intent is produced by the Ministry of Social Development. It sets out how we will work over the next three to five years to achieve high-level outcomes for the wellbeing of all New Zealanders.


By MSD, New Zealand.


Welfare and Social Security Policy Resource.


Strategic Planning Framework


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Strategic Planning Framework

The Strategic Planning Framework assists those responsible for planning the psychosocial response to the earthquakes in Canterbury and Christchurch City.It provides information, advice and guidance on the key factors which need to be considered when developing a psychosocial recovery plan.


By MSD, New Zealand.


Welfare and Social Security Policy Resource.


The Business of Ageing: Realising the Economic Potential of Older People in New Zealand: 2011 - 2051


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The Business of Ageing: Realising the Economic Potential of Older People in New Zealand: 2011 - 2051

In 2011 the first of the baby boomers have reached the age of 65. Baby boomers expect their later years to be very different to their parents' generation. More are working into their 60s, they enjoy better health, are better educated and have more money to spend.


By MSD, New Zealand.


Welfare and Social Security Policy Resource.


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