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Superu's latest research explores the issues around frequent residental movements and finds a vulnerable transient population roughly the size of Tauranga.
Our latest research shows that freephone helplines are still a valuable tool for people dealing with issues in the social sector.
Welcome to 2018! This year will certainly be an interesting one for Superu as we’re due to be disestablished. Before that happens, we have some exciting events coming up. We’re looking forward to our Evidence to Action conference on 10 April 2018.
Superu is closing for the Christmas break from close-of-business on Friday 22 December 2017 and reopens on Wednesday 3 January 2018.
Since 2004*, the Families Commission and, more recently, Superu have done a significant amount of research on what works to improve outcomes for families and whanau, which we'd like to share with you.
Our fabulous penguins - and the handbook in which they appear - won the award for Best Plain English Document (Public Sector) at the 2017 Plain English Awards.
This month, we’ve added some great new research to The Hub, including new research from the Office of the Children’s Commissioner about family group conferences and from the Education Review Office about kōhanga reo.
For Superu, the Chinese Year of the Rooster has been one of significant change.
We are pleased to present our briefing to the incoming Minister for Social Development. The briefing was provided to Hon Carmel Sepuloni on 26 October 2017.
A government agency's annual report probably isn't at the top of your reading list, but this year we bring you something a little different.