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What you told us : findings of the ‘Your voice, your data, your say’ engagement on social wellbeing and the protection and use of data Social Investment Agency

Contributor(s): New Zealand. Social Investment Agency.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Wellington, New Zealand : Social Investment Agency, 2018Description: electronic document (63 pages) ; PDF file & HTML.ISBN: 978-0-473-46278-9 (online).Subject(s): DATA COLLECTION | INTERAGENCY COLLABORATION | MĀORI | PACIFIC PEOPLES | PASIFIKA | PRIVACY | SOCIAL POLICY | SOCIAL SERVICES | SUPPORT SERVICES | WELLBEING | NEW ZEALANDOnline resources: Click here to access online | Quick guide | Read HTML version | Access the website Summary: The Government wants to develop a new way of working with communities to support New Zealanders to live the lives they aspire to, and build people’s wellbeing (the investing for social wellbeing approach). The Government is also developing a policy to provide clear guidance on how personal information can and can’t be used in the social sector (the Data Protection and Use Policy). Hon Carmel Sepuloni, the Minister for Social Development, wanted to know what you think about these topics, so she asked the Social Investment Agency to talk with people who use, provide or work with social services. • the Government’s investing for social wellbeing approach (which is about how government works with communities to support people to live the lives they aspire to) • the protection and use of data by the social sector. This report summarises what you told us. (From the Introduction). A quick guide to the report is available and there is more information about the engagement process and next steps on the website. Record #6133
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The Government wants to develop a new way of working with communities to support New Zealanders to live the lives they aspire to, and build people’s wellbeing (the investing for social wellbeing approach). The Government is also developing a policy to provide clear guidance on how personal information can and can’t be used in the social sector (the Data Protection and Use Policy).

Hon Carmel Sepuloni, the Minister for Social Development, wanted to know what you think about these topics, so she asked the Social Investment Agency to talk with people who use, provide or work with social services.
• the Government’s investing for social wellbeing approach (which is about how government works with communities to support people to live the lives they aspire to)
• the protection and use of data by the social sector.

This report summarises what you told us. (From the Introduction).

A quick guide to the report is available and there is more information about the engagement process and next steps on the website. Record #6133

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