Resources

Useful readings for the annual summit.

Hon Amy Adams, 21 April 2017, Changing lives through social investment, Scoop Independent News.

Australian Council of Social Service and the Social Policy Research Centre, 2016, Poverty in Australia 2016.

Baucher, T., Budget 2017: What tax cuts? 7 June 2017.

Boston, J. Anticipatory Governance: How Well is New Zealand Safeguarding the Future? Policy Quarterly, 12, 3, 2016, pp.11-24.

Boston, J & T. Stuart, Protecting the Rights of Future Generations: Are Constitutional Mechanisms an Answer? Policy Quarterly, 11, 2, 2015, 60-71.

Boston, J, Child Poverty in New Zealand: Why it matters and how it can be reduced, ‘Children in Crisis Conference’, Wilf Malcolm Institute of Educational Research, Waikato University, held at the Kingsgate Hotel, Hamilton, 7-9 October 2013.

Cabinet Social Policy Committee, Paper One: Overview. Investing in Children Legislative Reform: underpinning the new operating model, 2016

Cabinet Social Policy Committee, Paper Two: Foundations for a child-centred system. Investing in Children Legislative Reform: underpinning the new operating model, 2016.

Carswell, S., H. Kaiwai, M. Hinerangi, M. Lennan, J. Paulin, 2017, Journeys of Resilience, From adverse childhoods to achieving in adulthood, SUPERU & Artemis Research.

Chapple, S., 25 May 2017, What does Social Investment really mean? Policy Observatory AUT.

Cook, L., 2016, Big Data, Families Commissioner Blog.

Cowie, T. RNZ Insight, Data in exchange for help, 25 June 2017.  

CPAG Summit 2015, Welfare fit for families.

CPAG Summit 2016, Investing in children, Proceedings.

Cullen, M. & O’Brien, M. (Fabian presentation – audio) Social Investment 4 May 2017, and Menace of social investment, Scoop, 24 April 2017.

Dale, M.C., O’Brien, M., St John, S. (eds), 2014, Our children, our choice: priorities for policy, Child Poverty Action Group Inc.

Harman, R., 30 May 2017, ‘The rise and rise of Amy Adams’, politik.co.nz.

Hassall, Ian, Why are so many young people killing themselves? Butterworths family law journal, Sep 1997; v.2 n.7:p.153-158

Hill, Kim 24 June 2017, RNZ interview: Rhema Vaithianathan – the algorithm ace.

Hyslop, I., 20 May 2017, Practice Futures (we shall overcome), Re-Imagining Social Work in Aotearoa New Zealand.

Keddell, E., June 2017, The Child Youth and Family Review: A Commentary on Prevention, The policy observatory.

Kenkel, D., blog, Segmentation or solidarity.

Ministry of Social Development, Child-centred, collaborative design.

Morton, S.M.B, Grant, C.C., Berry, S.D., Walker, C.G., Corkin, M., Ly, K., de Castro, T.G., Atatoa Carr, P.E., Bandara, D.K., Mohal, J., Bird, A., Underwood, L., Fa’alili-Fidow, J., 2017. Growing Up in New Zealand: A longitudinal study of New Zealand children and their families. Now We Are Four: Describing the preschool years Auckland: Growing Up in New Zealand.

Morton, J. 19 June 2017, Top Scientist discusses big data, social policy, NZ Herald at  “The Prime Minister's chief science advisor has warned of pitfalls in using big data and analytics for social policy development.”

Office of the Children’s Commissioner, 2015, Being child-centred, Office of the Children’s Commissioner.

Perry, B., 2016, The Social Report, Ministry of Social Development.

Reference Group on Welfare Reform to the Minister for Social Services, A New System for Better Employment and Social Outcomes, February 2015, (the McClure Review).

Rosenberg, B., 2015, The ‘Investment Approach’ is Not an Investment Approach, Policy Quarterly – Volume 11, Issue 4, November 2015, pp. 34 – 41.

Superu, 2017, Families and Whānau Status Report 2016, Families and Whānau Wellbeing Research Programme.

Whiteford, P., Social Policy Division, OECD, 2007, Child poverty, trends, causes and policy responses - an OECD perspective, Brotherhood of St Laurence, Melbourne.