Research OLD

THE CHALLENGES FACING CHILDREN IN STEPFAMILIES – What we know, don’t know, and how to fill in the gaps 
June 2020


A DOG’S BREAKFAST – NZ’s Anti-Smacking Law 13 Years On
June 2020


February 2020


FAMILIES: EVER FEWER, OR NO CHILDREN – How worried should we be?
August 2019


CHILDREN TRANSITIONING: Childhood Gender Dysphoria – a paediatrician’s warning to New Zealand
October 2018


August 2018


IT’S TIME FOR DINNER: The Effect of Regular Family Dinners on Family Life
July 2018


IMPRISONMENT & FAMILY STRUCTURE: What is the evidence telling us?
June 2018


May 2018


ABORTION AND THE PHYSICAL & MENTAL HEALTH OF WOMEN: A review of the evidence for health professionals
 March 2018


CHILD ABUSE & FAMILY STRUCTURE: What is the evidence telling us?
November 2016


child poverty and family structure 2016 report coverCHILD POVERTY & FAMILY STRUCTURE: What is the evidence telling us?
May 2016


defying human nature front pageDEFYING HUMAN NATURE: An Analysis of New Zealand’s 2007 Anti-Smacking Law
February 2016


boys girls other cover pageBOYS GIRLS OTHER: Making Sense of the Confusing New World of Gender Identity
June 2015



We Need To Talk Screentime Front CoverWE NEED TO TALK – Screen time in NZ, Media Use: An Emerging factor in child and adolescent health
February 2015


killing me softly cover pageKILLING ME SOFTLY: Should Euthanasia Be Legalised?
May 2014



R18 reportR18: SEXUALITY EDUCATION IN NEW ZEALAND –  A Critical Review
July 2013



Who cares - coverWHO CARES? Mothers, Daycare and Child Wellbeing in New Zealand
Feb 2012



Young people and alcohol - reportYOUNG PEOPLE & ALCOHOL: What does the medical evidence tell us about the legal drinking age in New Zealand?
Feb 2011



why marriage matters 200921 Reasons WHY MARRIAGE MATTERS
Sep 2009



VALUE OF FAMILYTHE VALUE OF FAMILY – Fiscal Benefits of Marriage and Reducing Family Breakdown in New Zealand
Oct 2008



SMACKING CASESmy mummys a criminal square
Documented since the passing of the Anti-Smacking Law in 2007.
Includes our Documentary “My Mummy’s A Criminal”


What do NZ’ers really think?

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