Organised by Income Equality Aotearoa New Zealand More equal societies work better for everyone Newsletter 8th September 2011 Hi everybody, We have been incredibly encouraged by the support the project is getting. Everyday there are new SIGN ONs and “likes” on
Cars and ClassAugust 24, 2011 By Yves Engler Yves Engler’s ZSpace Page / ZSpace The more cars in a community the worse it is for poor people, especially those in debt.A recent Wall Street Journal article titled “In Debt Collecting, Location Matters” reveals how companies tryin
See an interesting article by Gareth Morgan page 2 Business section of Tues 30th Aug Herald Newspaper. Some suggestion on how to “Close the Gap” and why. Gareth Morgan and Susan Guthrie: Reviving values of an egalitarian society Also in the same paper a letter to the Edito
Great interview. Guyon had done his homework and Prof Wilkinson presented his case clearly and convincingly that research, and plenty of it, peer reviewed, showed that MORE (not equal) equal societies are better for all. It is worth watching, see below. The panel discussion was nearly
How much difference Closing the Gap would make to New Zealand as it would certainly reduce all over poverty which would reduce child poverty. Analytica an Auckland Think Tank has recently made the following estimates of the cost of Child Poverty in New Zealand. • If all children are m
Income Equality Aotearoa New Zealand Inc is a national volunteer organisation trying to tackle the wealth inequality and the social problems that it causes. We want a fairer and more equal New Zealand, for all.