Recent campaigns

CPAG housing event Wellington

When: 17:30 27/08/2015 to 19:30 27/08/2015 Where: The Backbencher Pub 34 Molesworth St Thorndon, Wellington This month, CPAG is campaigning to raise public and political awareness about the poor housing conditions endured by children and families living in poverty in New Zealand. Please join us at a special Wellington CPAG event on 27 August to … Continue reading CPAG housing event Wellington

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Budget takes small steps on child poverty

The 2015 Budget increased core benefit rates for the first time in 40 years – a small but significant step that is in large part due to the pressure brought to bear on the government by our member organisations.

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Join the AAAP protest about Govt Policies

The protest will start at 11.30 am on Friday May 22, at Sky City Convention Centre, 88 Federal Street, Auckland.

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Support the Child Poverty Budget Campaign

A major campaign on child poverty was launched on Monday 4th May to run in the lead up to the budget and following. Go to Action Station for more information and to join this campaign.

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Inequality Calculator: 100,000 hits!

More and more people are talking about the growing gap between rich and poor. But what does it actually mean for you?

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Hikoi for Children a Success

About 1000 people marched up Queen Street on Saturday September 6 calling for the Government to do more urgently to eliminate child poverty.

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Inequality: A New Zealand Crisis

“From the mid-1980s to the mid-2000s, the gap between the rich and the rest has widened faster in New Zealand than in any other developed country,” writes Wellington journalist Max Rashbrooke in the book that has changed the way we think about the consequences of the relationship between the rich and the poor – Inequality: A … Continue reading Inequality: A New Zealand Crisis

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Bryan Bruce surveys party policies on children

In early July 2014, Bryan Bruce surveyed all the political parties on where they stood on 10 issues  directly or indirectly  related to child well-being in New Zealand. They were asked which of them they would or would not support  in principle  should it come to a vote in the upcoming parliament. Check out the fascinating results … Continue reading Bryan Bruce surveys party policies on children

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Living Wage Aotearoa

The Living Wage Aotearoa campaign goes from strength to strength. In recent months, the Wellington and Hamilton City Councils have adopted a “living Wage” policy for employees, while Auckland City Council may not be far behind. The group has also launched a living wage employer trademark, along with a formal accreditation process.  “This is a major milestone in the living … Continue reading Living Wage Aotearoa

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