Bryce Edwards, Democracy Project, 27 August 2020 https://democracyproject.nz/ Inequality and poverty look to be the forgotten issues of the election campaign, with not much more than lip-service being paid to them on the campaign trail. Yet decisions are currently being made that appe
Max Rashbrooke, The Guardian, 31 August 2020 New data shows the richest 1% are worth 68 times more than a typical New Zealander. The extent of wealth inequality in supposedly egalitarian New Zealand has been laid bare by figures showing the wealthiest individuals have over NZ$140bn (U
A huge thank you. Together we made it happen. In 30 countries from Zimbabwe to Zambia, India to Indonesia, Philippines to Panama, Bolivia to Bangladesh, Hungary to Honduras, Ghana to Guatemala, people on the frontlines of inequality stood up to demand a different economic system – one
Ministry of Social Development's key annual report, ‘Household incomes in New Zealand: Trends in indicators of inequality and hardship 1982 to 2018’, by Bryan Perry, makes for depressing if not surprising reading.
The following document highlights key points from the 300-page househo
UPDATED SURVEYS AS AT 1 OCTOBER 2019. We surveyed candidates on their attitudes to issues facing the Western Bay Region, find out what they think: “Closing the Gap” Tauranga, one of the area groups of Income Equality Aotearoa NZ Inc., has surveyed all candidates in the three local bod
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.