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Treasury’s Living Standards Framework has been closely aligned with international models such as the OECD for over ten years. Some have said it is too generic and not sufficiently attuned to what wellbeing means in this country. In this seminar we will discuss He Ara Waiora, a mātauranga Māori framing of wellbeing that the Treasury now uses alongside the LSF. We will also discuss some new changes to the LSF that make it work better alongside He Ara Waiora, as well as being better attuned to the topics of child wellbeing and culture.
Monday 1st November @ 12.30- 2pm
Presenters: Phil Evans, Tim Hughes
Panelists: Atawhai Tibble, Tracey McIntosh, Arthur Grimes
Presenters:Phil Evans is a Principal Advisor supporting the implementation of He Ara Waiora in the Treasury’s advice. He has worked in a variety of senior roles within the Public Service. Phil is motivated to build a strong foundation for future generations to thrive in Aotearoa. He affiliates to Ngāti Mutunga and Kāi Tahu iwi.
Thanks to The Treasury, the Productivity Commission, Stats NZ and EECA for their generous support.
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