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Child Rich Communities: Aotearoa New Zealand's 'Bright Spots'
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This report explores New Zealand’s ‘Bright Spots’ – local places and community initiatives that are making a positive difference to children and families. Instead of asking about the issues and problems for ‘vulnerable children’ or ‘high-needs families’, we ask ‘what’s working?’ What are ‘bright spots’ doing that is different from the rest of the country? Why are they having an impact? A total of twenty-one initiatives were explored through informal interviews and conversations. The initiatives ranged in size and scale, age, geography, entity type (e.g. unincorporated community groups/ leaders, not-for-profit agencies, corporations).
Author: Michelle Wanwimolruk
Topic: Poverty issues
Publisher: UNICEF New Zealand
Location: New Zealand
Format: Report
Content Type: Research
Publication Date: November 30, 2015