This report was written by Laura O’Connell Rapira and Leroy Beckett from ActionStation.
ActionStation is an independent, crowdfunded, community campaigning organisation. Our mission is to tautoko (support) and whakamana (uplift) everyday New Zealanders to act together in powerful and coordinated ways to create what we cannot achieve on our own: a society, economy and democracy that serves all of us - everyday people and Papatūānuku.
Marianne Elliott, Co Director of The Workshop, helped design the research questions.
Judith Sligo is a Senior Research Fellow in the Department of Preventive and Social Medicine at the University of Otago. She is a a Pākehā university researcher from the South Island with 20 years qualitative and mixed methods research experience, primarily in the areas of health and wellbeing of children, young people and families. She conducted the analysis of our Tauiwi Tautoko project data.
Activate is an impact narrative agency that helps people do good, effectively. They created our short film.
Renee Pearson assisted with visual design.
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