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To understand why people on low incomes do or do not take out insurance we need to understand their overall financial circumstances and the multiple risks they face.
Highlights key changes and identifies themes in the continued and systematic reduction of social welfare and income support for children in New Zealand since 2008.
Reports on the current situation for tamariki Māori (New Zealand Māori children) with particular focus on social and economic conditions.
Evidence shows that reducing poverty leads to better health, education and employment outcomes for children, even if they have equal access to health and education.
This report examines tourism and its contribution to poverty alleviation in the Pacific, focusing mainly on what existing literature can tell us about the nature and scope of tourism in the region and its contribution to development, constraints to tourism, and the roles of key...
This artcile studies the case of Fundación Paraguaya—the first and longest-running non-governmental organisation in Paraguay.
This article briefly discusses the nature and measurement of poverty in developed countries, outlines the main trends in poverty rates in New Zealand over recent decades, comments on why poverty matters, and assesses recent government policy changes
In this report, NCOSS spoke to people and families doing it tough across NSW, hearing from people living below the poverty line on their experience and what would make a real difference for them.