CPAG Child Summit 2016 on line now

By   /   September 5, 2016  /   3 Comments

TDB recommends Voyager - Unlimited internet @home as fast as you can get

Watch the most important speeches at the Child Poverty Summit 2016

3 Comments

  1. Mike in Auckland says:

    Sorry, but there seems to be no sound after about 17 minutes of this video, that is at least what I experience.

  2. Mike in Auckland says:

    Working again, was my browser needing an update, thanks for making this video available.

  3. Mike in Auckland says:

    The “investment approach” is based on flawed “evidence”, and misrepresentation of statistical data and some scientific findings is now the rule that the vested interest parties, including government, use to justify it:

    https://www.nzma.org.nz/journal/read-the-journal/all-issues/2010-2019/2015/vol-128-no-1425-20-november-2015/6729

    “Is the statement that if a person is off work for 70 days the chance of ever getting back to work is 35% justified?”

    Learn more about it:

    https://nzsocialjusticeblog2013.wordpress.com/2016/08/16/senior-scientist-and-legal-experts-discredit-evidence-used-by-msd-and-dr-bratt-when-claiming-the-health-benefits-of-work/

    ‚In the expectation of recovery’, Faulkner, Centre for Welfare Reform, Scrib
    https://www.scribd.com/doc/308613502/In-the-Expectation-of-Recovery
    (criticism of biopsychosocial model, Aylward et al)

    More about the lies we are presented:

    https://nzsocialjusticeblog2013.wordpress.com/2015/08/09/msd-and-dr-david-bratt-present-misleading-evidence-claiming-worklessness-causes-poor-health/

    https://nzsocialjusticeblog2013.files.wordpress.com/2015/09/msd-dr-bratt-present-misleading-evidence-on-worklessness-and-health-post-09-08-15.pdf

    Of course Bill Rosenberg has already revealed the truth about this ideologically driven nonsense:
    http://union.org.nz/sites/union.org.nz/files/Investment%20Approach%20is%20not%20an%20investment%20approach%20-%20Rosenberg_0.pdf