The Official Information Act (OIA) helps to promote openness and transparency in government agencies. Below is information released under the Act between January 2016 and June 2018, when we were disestablished. Personal information about the requestor has been removed.
You will find more information about the Act here.
OIA requests relating to Superu should be made to the Ministry of Social Development.
Information we have released under the Official Information Act
May 2018 - Sexual harassment in the public sector (PDF 183 KB)
June 2016 - Involvement in Law Commission reports (PDF 173 KB)
- Advice on Aspects of Assisted Reproductive Technology (PDF 109 KB)
- Submission to Aspects of Assisted Reproductive Technology (link)
- We're a family: A study of how lesbians and gay men are creating and maintaining family in New Zealand (link)
January 2016 - White Ribbon Trust funding (PDF 176 KB)
If you have requested information under the Act and you believe that we haven't followed the Act correctly, or you are unsatisfied with how we responded to your request, you can submit a complaint to The Office of the Ombudsman. The Ombudsman will decide whether to investigate and review our decision.