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Pennies from Heaven

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Are our strategies working to ensure all New Zealand children have the chance to thrive? Or are we wasting time, effort, and children's lives on solutions that make us feel good, yet fail to achieve lasting benefits for our most disadvantaged families?
Pennies from Heaven seeks to uncover the most potent ways to give all children in Aotearoa a "fair go".
Published February 20th 2017 by The Morgan Foundation
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Peter Ellis
May 11, 2017 rated it really liked it
Important book for New Zealand public policy that should be engaged with seriously. Good, clear exposition; and often-convincing arguments about the importance and evidence base of unconditional cash grants as a means of addressing poverty. Also happens to work well as a general introduction to New Zealand poverty issues and the relevant public policy.
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