Standing with
Aucklanders
in desperate need

Resources

Resources

Auckland City Mission has worked collaboratively with a number of researchers delving into issues affecting the homeless and people living in poverty. Links to these and other useful resources can be found below.

  • Whakarongo ki te kōrero whānau katoa o te rangatiratanga
    – Listening to the hopes and dreams of our peopleAuthors:  The Mission acknowledges with deep gratitude the participants of the ‘Listening to the hopes and dreams of our people’ research. A special thank you to Dr Kelsey Deane who supported the team of Mission employees who did this research project under the leadership of Alice Nicholls.  We also acknowledge and thank Dr Allen Bartlet for his ongoing supervisory support. Warm thanks to Mission staff members Caitlin Neuwelt-Kearns, Ra Pope, Desiree Lowe, Tracy Goddard, Amanda Hashman, Jeanette Mathers, Alarna Asher, Micaela Van Der Schaaf, and Helen Robinson.
    Published:  2020
  • Shining the light on food insecurity in Aotearoa
    With special thanks for supporting this research to the University of Auckland, Ng¯a Whare Waatea Marae in Mangere (MUMA), Papakura Marae, St Luke’s Anglican Parish in Manurewa, Te Whare Awhina O Tamworth and its partner Randwick Park Community Centre – and to every person who willingly shared their story so that together we can better respond to food insecurity in Aotearoa.
    Published:  2019
  • Ongoing research
    Title: Health & Homelessness: Social reintegration in Aotearoa
    Investigators: Assoc. Prof Darrin Hodgetts, Assoc Prof Linda Waimarie Nikora, Prof Kerry Chamberlain (Massey University), Dr Eci Nabalarua (University of South Pacific, Fiji) & Prof Alan Radley (Loughborough University, UK)