In-Work Poverty Launch and Seminar


Auckland

RSVP
11:00am – 12:00pm
25 November 2019

Human Rights Commission Auckland Office
Level 7, AIG Building,
41 Shortland Street
Auckland

The New Zealand Human Rights Commission is hosting the launch of research on In-Work Poverty conducted by the NZ Work Research Institute and commissioned by the Human Rights Commission, MBIE and MSD.

This research is the first of its kind analysing the characteristics of people who are working but still living in poverty in Aotearoa. We invite you to attend this Auckland launch to hear more about it. Saunoamaali’i Karanina Sumeo, the Equal Employment Opportunities Commissioner will speak about the human rights implications of In-Work Poverty, and the authors of the report, Professor Gail Pacheco, Director of the Work Research Institute and Productivity Commissioner, and Dr Alexander Plum, Senior Research Fellow, NZ Work Research Institute will speak about their research findings and answer questions.

Please note that places are limited! RSVPs are essential.


Wellington

RSVP
12:30pm – 1:30pm
26 November 2019

Te Puni KĊkiri - National Office
Nau Mai lecture room, ground floor
143 Lambton Quay
Wellington

This seminar is hosted as part of the launch of research on In-Work Poverty conducted by the NZ Work Research Institute.

This seminar will include an in-depth presentation and discussion of the research methodology and findings by Professor Pacheco and Dr Plum, as well as a discussion of the human rights implications of In-Work Poverty by Saunoamaali’i Karanina Sumeo, the Equal Employment Opportunities Commissioner. This will be a fascinating presentation that we are sure will interest individuals involved in public policy and research.


Please note that places are limited! RSVPs are essential.