The Government wants to develop a new way of working with communities to support New Zealanders to live the lives they aspire to, and build people’s wellbeing.
Between May and September 2018 we met and listened to New Zealanders to find out what they think about social wellbeing and the protection and use of data. Over 1,000 people attended one of the 83 hui we held in 27 locations across New Zealand.
What people told us will inform the Government’s approach to building wellbeing. It will also inform a draft Data Protection and Use Policy.
This report presents the findings of the ‘Your voice, your data, your say’ engagement between May and early September 2018.
Find out the key milestones in the process to refine the investing for social wellbeing approach, and the development of the data protection and use policy.
A way of working to support New Zealanders to live the lives they aspire to.
To provide clear guidance for how personal information can and can't be used in the social sector.
Have a look at our key insights and publications from the 'Your voice, your data, your say' programme.
These FAQs are to help you understand more about the topics we are talking about. They also define some terms to help you better understand the conversation.