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State of the State 2018 Deloitte

By: Deloitte.
Contributor(s): Victoria University of Wellington.
Material type: materialTypeLabelArticlePublisher: Wellington, New Zealand : Deloitte, 2018Description: electronic documents.Subject(s): ECONOMIC ASPECTS | FAMILIES | SOCIAL CAPITAL | SOCIAL ISSUES | SOCIAL POLICY | WELLBEING | NEW ZEALANDOnline resources: Access the series website | 1. Wellbeing in abundance | 2. Beyond GDP | 3. Paving the way... | 4. NZ's social capital | 5. Inclusive and resilient... | 6. Shifting the landscape | 7. Trust | Podcast - Intro to wellbeing
Contents:
Wellbeing in abundance: Looking after our own backyard (Article 1). "Wellbeing – what is it, why should we care and what does measuring it and trying to implement it mean for New Zealand?"
Beyond GDP: Measuring New Zealand's wellbeing progress (Article 2). "Over the past years, we have witnessed a renewed effort to go beyond Gross Domestic Product (GDP) in measuring wellbeing and social progress. More recently, the New Zealand Government has made a commitment to do the same."
Paving the way to wellbeing: The evolution of social investment (Article 3). "In 2016, we published our first State of the State report, which focused on the social investment approach to policy development and social service delivery. Two years on, we wanted to look at the policy development disciplines underpinning this approach, and examine what has worked and what needs to improve as social investment evolves into investing for social wellbeing."
Building New Zealand's social capital: A family-by-family approach (Article 4). "As we continue our State of the State series exploring wellbeing, this article examines the role of social services in building social capital for New Zealand families and explores how we could make systemic enhancements for those in need of additional support."
Inclusive and resilient communities: Co-creating our human and social capital (Article 5). "Article 5 of our State of the State 2018 series examines human and social capital – what they are and why they are so integral to New Zealand’s wellbeing future. We give recommendations and examples on how to grow them for the benefit of all Kiwis."
Shifting the landscape: What a wellbeing focus could mean for business (Article 6). "The Government’s focus on wellbeing has the potential to shift the traditional economic landscape – what could this mean for New Zealand business?"
Trust: A cornerstone of wellbeing - the building blocks for a flourishing society (Article 7) This article explores "some of the issues around trust in New Zealand, understanding how the public’s perceptions of people and institutions can be built up to improve wellbeing for all."
Introduction to wellbeing (Podcast) :This episode covers the first three articles of the State of the State series" Episode 1
Summary: This State of the Sate 2018 is a series of short papers published by Deloitte in partnership with Victoria University of Wellington. "Our quality of life is dependent on nurturing our sense of wellbeing. State of the State is a series of articles exploring wellbeing frameworks, the relationship between social investment and wellbeing, and reviewing alternative perspectives - with recommendations for a way forward." From the website). Papers will be added to this record as they are published online during 2018. Record #5899
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Wellbeing in abundance: Looking after our own backyard (Article 1). "Wellbeing – what is it, why should we care and what does measuring it and trying to implement it mean
for New Zealand?"

Beyond GDP: Measuring New Zealand's wellbeing progress (Article 2). "Over the past years, we have witnessed a renewed effort to go beyond Gross Domestic Product (GDP) in measuring wellbeing and social progress. More recently, the New Zealand Government has made a commitment
to do the same."

Paving the way to wellbeing: The evolution of social investment (Article 3). "In 2016, we published our first State of the State report, which focused on the social investment approach to policy development and social service delivery. Two years on, we wanted to look at the policy development disciplines underpinning this approach, and examine what has worked and what needs to improve as social investment evolves into investing for social wellbeing."

Building New Zealand's social capital: A family-by-family approach (Article 4). "As we continue our State of the State
series exploring wellbeing, this article examines the role of social services in building social capital for New Zealand
families and explores how we could make systemic enhancements for those in need of additional support."

Inclusive and resilient communities: Co-creating our human and social capital (Article 5). "Article 5 of our State of the State 2018 series examines human and social capital – what they are and why they are so integral to New Zealand’s wellbeing future. We give recommendations and examples on how to grow them for the benefit of all Kiwis."

Shifting the landscape: What a wellbeing focus could
mean for business (Article 6). "The Government’s focus on wellbeing has the potential
to shift the traditional economic landscape – what could
this mean for New Zealand business?"

Trust: A cornerstone of wellbeing - the building blocks for a flourishing society (Article 7) This article explores "some of the issues around trust in New Zealand, understanding how the public’s perceptions of people and institutions can be built up to improve wellbeing for all."

Introduction to wellbeing (Podcast) :This episode covers the first three articles of the State of the State series" Episode 1

This State of the Sate 2018 is a series of short papers published by Deloitte in partnership with Victoria University of Wellington. "Our quality of life is dependent on nurturing our sense of wellbeing. State of the State is a series of articles exploring wellbeing frameworks, the relationship between social investment and wellbeing, and reviewing alternative perspectives - with recommendations for a way forward." From the website). Papers will be added to this record as they are published online during 2018. Record #5899