Publications and resources
Resource centre for Ministry publications, statistics and fact sheets.
This section contains publications and resources produced by the Ministry of Social Development.
Please note: Some of our documents are published in PDF format. Where possible we may also publish this document in other electronic formats to improve the accessibility of our information.
Are you that someone?
Are you that someone? is a short term campaign focussed on equipping young people with the confidence and knowledge to help stop sexual violence.
Delivering Social Services Every Day
Delivering Social Services Every Day brings together an overview of the social sector.
The 'Conduct Problems: Effective Programmes for Adolescents' report
This report by the Advisory Group on Conduct Problems is online now.
Annual Report 2012/2013
Our Annual Report shows the progress we have made and the results we have achieved for our clients and stakeholders in the previous 12 months that contribute to the outcomes in our Statement of Intent.
Older New Zealanders: Healthy, Independent, Connected and Respected
This document talks about the Government’s commitment to the strategy, highlights the opportunities associated with the ageing population and sets out many supports and services for older people.
Military-style Activity Camp (MAC) Programme report
This report outlines the findings from an evaluation of the Military-style Activity Camp (MAC) programme which was introduced in October 2010.
Home for Life evaluation
The Centre for Social Research and Evaluation (CSRE) evaluated the Home for Life policy to examine the research evidence for the policy, how the policy was working (including short term safety and stability measures) and remaining barriers to children achieving a Home for Life.
Review of Child, Youth and Family complaints system
The Government is considering options contained in an independent report to strengthen the Child, Youth and Family complaints process.
Former Police Commissioner Howard Broad authored the report, evaluating the current complaints process and identifying potential options.
Ordering a publication
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