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Māori households and family wellbeing

The aims of this project are:

  1. To describe key changes in Māori household composition over a 25-year period using census data for a range of different household structures and characteristics.
  2. To assess changes in the levels of wellbeing of Māori households over the period 1981 to 2006.
  3. To assess current state of knowledge through comprehensive literature review of Māori families and households and their whānau ora.
  4. To provide an evidence base that is of relevance to policy makers to inform future policies for strengthening Māori families.
  5. To provide a foundation for a baseline against which future policies for strengthening Māori families may be assessed.

October 2009

RESEARCHERS

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  • Cindy Kiro
  • Andrew Sporle

COLLABORATORS

  • Martin von Randow
  • University of Auckland

FUNDING

  • Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga{comma} The University of Auckland

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