Category Archives: Action

SUPPORT THE TAX JUSTICE CAMPAIGN FOR A CAPITAL GAINS TAX.

SUPPORT THE TAX JUSTICE CAMPAIGN FOR A CAPITAL GAINS TAX.

SIGN THE PETITION AT https://www.change.org/p/tell-jacinda-we-want-a-capital-gains-tax-it-s-time-to-join-the-modern-world?signed=true

If you would like to become more involved Can you chip in some putea/ funding to help make this happen? – Anything up to $100 is fine – details below.

  • Would your organisation agree to lend its name to this campaign and to be part of a list of supporters in the newspaper advertising?
  • Join Tax Justice Aotearoa New Zealand.
  • Help amplify a #TaxJustice campaign through your communications and social media channels?

Contact [email protected]

 

Also tell NZ First what you think at https://www.nzfirst.org.nz/

CPAG has released 2 new reports on child poverty

Child Poverty Action Group (CPAG) has released 2 new reports Too soon for the tooth fairy: the implications of child poverty for oral health, which summarises current knowledge about the prevalence of poor oral health among children in Aotearoa-New Zealand and Will children get the help they need: An analysis of effectiveness of policies for children in the worst poverty in 2018, which compares the increases in the families package to what the worst-off families will actually need.

Pickapath

Pickapath is an interactive tool which has evolved as a collaboration between ActionStation and The Morgan Foundation. It allows you to make the decisions for a couple who are expecting a new baby and are facing a range of issues (income and housing especially – two of our key Equality Network issues). It’s a real eye opener and a good resource to share. https://pickapath.actionstation.org.nz/

Honouring the Treaty in Health Services

The Health Promotion Forum / Runanga Whakapiki Ake i te Hauora o Aotearoa has worked with the Auckland University of Technology to produce a paper, Realising the rhetoric: Refreshing public health providers’ efforts to honour Te Tiriti o Waitangi in Aotearoa, New Zealand. The authors indicate that we have a way to go to address ongoing inequities for Māori. Refer www.hauora.co.nz