This half day seminar on 7 September 2022 in Te Whanganui-a-Tara addressed the question: how can you access, support, and create social policy research that is representative of communities and practical for policy makers?
He mihi nui to our fantastic kaikōrero and to our guests who joined us on the day. Please find our speakers’ presentation slides and a summary document of the research that was presented below.
Research Summary, including contact details of speakers (PDF 65KB)
- Michelle Kitney, Volunteering New Zealand (PDF 1.41MB)
- Janie Walker, Community Research (PDF 581KB)
- Lemalu Silao Vaisola-Sefo, South Seas Healthcare (PDF 906KB)
- Rochelle Stewart-Allen, Hui E! Community Aotearoa (PDF 287KB)
- Thalia Kehoe Rowden, Human Rights Measurement Initiative (PDF 412KB)
- Rachel Roberts, Inspiring Communities (PDF 236KB)
- Dr Kate Prickett, Roy McKenzie Centre for the Study of Families (PDF 412KB)
We also welcomed staff from the Policy Project within DPMC, who shared information about their Community Engagement Toolkit. The toolkit was developed with extensive community input and is part of their Policy Methods Toolbox.
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