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Strategic Intentions 2015-2019

Ministry of Social Development Country Resources Development and Poverty Strategies New Zealand June 2015 Policy document social development

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Our key priorities over the next four years are:
• reducing welfare dependence
• working differently to better identify, support and protect the most vulnerable children and young
people in our society
• contributing to a fair, efficient social housing market
• investing more effectively in communities
• working with the social sector to maximise our collective impact to deliver better outcomes
• improving the security of staff and clients.

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Strategic Intentions 2015-2019
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