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Opportunity for all New Zealanders

Contributor(s): New Zealand. Office of the Minister for Social Development and Employment | New Zealand. Ministry of Social Development.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: [Wellington] Office of the Minister for Social Development and Employment 2004Description: 92 p. : ill. ; 30 cm ; computer file : PDF format (4.05mb) ; computer file : Microsoft Word format (1.63mb).ISBN: 0478183186.Subject(s): SOCIAL POLICY | SOCIAL WELFARE | NEW ZEALANDDDC classification: 361.6 OPP Online resources: Click here to access online Summary: Opportunity for All New Zealanders summarises the Government's social policy and strategies for sustainable social development. It is presented as the Government's response to social conditions reflected in The Social Report 2004. It provides a strategic co-ordinating framework for sustainable social development, and stands alongside the Growth and Innovation Framework, which is the Government's co-ordinating framework for sustainable economic development. It identifies five critical social issues as priorities for interagency action over the next three to five years : improving educational achievement among low socio-economic groups, increasing opportunities for people to participate in sustainable employment, promoting healthy eating and healthy activity, reducing tobacco, alcohol and other drug abuse and minimising family violence, and abuse and neglect of children and older persons.
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Accompanied by one folded sheet ([8] p.) summarising key messages. ISBN 0478183216.

Opportunity for All New Zealanders summarises the Government's social policy and strategies for sustainable social development. It is presented as the Government's response to social conditions reflected in The Social Report 2004. It provides a strategic co-ordinating framework for sustainable social development, and stands alongside the Growth and Innovation Framework, which is the Government's co-ordinating framework for sustainable economic development. It identifies five critical social issues as priorities for interagency action over the next three to five years : improving educational achievement among low socio-economic groups, increasing opportunities for people to participate in sustainable employment, promoting healthy eating and healthy activity, reducing tobacco, alcohol and other drug abuse and minimising family violence, and abuse and neglect of children and older persons.