Category Archives: Members

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.

Oxfam New Zealand

Oxfam is an international development NGO with a goal of Working together to end poverty and injustice and a vision of a world without poverty where people are valued and treated equally, on a planet that has the natural resources to sustain them. Although their main focus is international they also apply their advocacy to issues in Aotearoa New Zealand.

Contact: Paula Feehan

Email: [email protected]


NZ Fabian Society

The Fabian Society is an independent membership-based policy forum that aims to provide a forum for education and debate on progressive policy priorities by providing quality events, publications and research.  Initially, we will focus on the fundamental requirement that New Zealand shapes a sustainable economic future for itself. We provide a forum for critiquing the prevailing economic orthodoxy and the advocacy of viable alternatives and reforms.
Contact Mike Smith /   

The Collective Project

Our aim is to connect with people across Aotearoa New Zealand in creating a more equitable, connected, innovative and sustainable country, rooted in a firm commitment to the Tiriti o Waitangi, and to engaging proactively in global affairs. Working together we want to make a home for everyone who dwells here.

Contact: Aaron Packard: [email protected]

The Methodist Alliance

The Methodist Alliance is the formal alliance of the Methodist Missions, Trusts and Parishes that are delivering social services across Aotearoa. Our vision is a just and inclusive society in which all people flourish. The Methodist Alliance is committed to Te Tiriti o Waitangi and the bi-cultural journey.

Methodist organisations provide a wide range of social and community services including early childhood education, elder care, parenting, social work support, community development projects, budgeting, youth development, social and emergency housing, addiction, disability and mental health services.

Contact: Carol Barron |