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.
New Zealand’s ‘working poor’ and the push to understand how many are struggling THOMAS MANCH Last updated 05:00, May 16 2018 Wellington City Mission is increasingly providing food security to working families. You could work all week and have only $20 to show for it.
Documentary/Interview made with 3 homeless people in Queen Street Auckland New Zealand.
OFFICIALLY SELECTED | 2017 Sose International Film Festival — One in every 100 people are homeless in New Zealand today. The issue itself has become a news topic that has saturated nationwide headlines for many months throughout 2016, yet the few cases that are broadcast on television and shared online are happening in metropolitan centers – Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch.