Poverty amongst senior citizens in New Zealand It seems that a goodly number of Superannuitants are cashing in their KiwiSaver and retirement savings and cruising off into the wide blue yonder – a well earned […]
Summary: In Social Experiments to fight Poverty, Esther Duflo, discusses various ways to fight poverty. She talks about some of the poorest of the poor in the world. Hence There are valuable lessons to be […]
An original article on Happiness and its pursuit by The Analyst.
Exclusive Interview with Jay Shetty where he shares what it is like to be a monk and the key to finding happiness.
GST, Poverty and the Trickle-Down Economy. Article explains why GST is a tax on a tax, a Double Dip Tax and the Trickle Down effects of Government spending.
Anirudh Krishna on why people become poor or enter poverty usually through no fault of their own but due to everyday adverse events as the causative feature.
In the South Auckland suburb of Otara, state houses are 98 percent full, with people opting to live 17 to a home or paying through the nose to live in an unheated garage. John Campbell investigates. Source: Youtube
Article explains why Intergenerational Poverty should be viewed as a disability.
Homelessness and housing have become two of the biggest issues in the lead up to New Zealand’s parliamentary elections. That is because the country has more homeless people per capita than any other developed country in the world. It is being driven by extraordinary house prices, with one in every one hundred Kiwis considered homeless. From New Zealand, Kim Vinnell reports.
In August a report released by the Children’s Commissioner highlight that approximately 270,000 New Zealand children live in poverty and 40% are Pasifika children. John Pulu finds out how our people are coping.