Recession hits Māori and Pasifika harder. They must be part of planning New Zealand’s COVID-19 recovery


Recession hits Māori and Pasifika harder. They must be
Māori knowledge, memory and cultural strength will only enhance New Zealand’s economic recovery planning – if they are listened to. Recession hits Māori and Pasifika harder. They must be part


MIL-Evening Report: Recession hits Māori and Pasifika
In Aotearoa we know previous economic recessions hit Māori and Pacific communities hardest, with consequences across generations. Even with the government’s NZ$50 billion COVID-19 budget plan, one Treasury forecast says unemployment will peak nationally at 9.6% in June this year.


Recession hits Māori and Pasifika harder. They must be
According to modelling by research centre Te Pūnaha Matatini, infection and death rates would be highest for Māori and Pasifika of all ages if community transmission were to rebound.. Emerging international evidence also suggests the social and economic impacts of the pandemic will be felt for longer and more intensely for people living in precarious conditions – more likely to be racial …


Remove financial contributions for new developments – Planning
Simplify charging regimes for new developments by removing financial contributions Problem 458. Currently the only restrictions around the use of financial contributions under the RMA are that the purpose and level of contribution must be specified in a council plan. Both a financial contribution and development contribution (under the Local Government Act) may be charged for a single …


Maori and Settler: A Story of the New Zealand War …
When a financial disaster wipes out their family savings, the Renshaw family looks to start over. Maori and Settler: The New Zealand Wars, by G.A. Henty tells the story of young Wilfrid Renshaw and his family, as they emigrate to New Zealand in the 1860’s in hope of a better life.


Amazon.com: The New Zealand Economy: An Introduction …
“To go through five editions of a book in New Zealand indicates the authors must be doing something right. What they seem to be doing right is producing a book that is short, clearly and concisely written and consequently very accessible to a considerable target audience—those doing an economics course in the last years of high school and the first years of university.”


Opinion: Will $50b budget boost Ardern’s chances of re …
But then the pandemic hit. New Zealand went into strict lockdown in late March, and a leaked poll a month later had Labour on 55 per cent, boosted by popular trust in the government’s decisive response to COVID-19. But, like last year’s surge for Labour, we should not assume that this will last.


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Natural Hazard Planning Research : New Zealand Planning
Natural Hazard Planning Research Wendy Saunders’ PhD entitled Innovative Land-Use Planning for natural hazard risk reduction in NZ was the 2012 Wallace Ross Graduate Research Award recipient. The award recognises excellence in research that adds to the canon of scholarship on planning in New Zealand; and/or demonstrates or investigates …


Waikato University : New Zealand Planning Institute
NOTE: The Waikato University programme is accredited through October 2009. Those students who enrolled in postgraduate courses on or before 30 June 2009 and complete the programme by the end of 2012 will graduate with an accredited planning degree. Postgraduate Diploma in Resource and Environmental Planning (PGDipREP)”, prior 2006 graduates