media coverage

Alex Penk interviewed for Morning Report

15 July 14

Radio New Zealand's Morning Report interviewed Alex Penk for his response to a court case between Climate Vote and the Electoral Commission over the requirement to register as a third party promoter in the lead up to the 2014 election.

Newstalk ZB focuses in on Maxim Institute's poverty issues paper

02 July 14

On the day we released The Heart of Poverty: matching passion with precision for struggling New Zealanders Andrew Dickens used the paper's call for a national discussion about defining poverty as the starting point for two hours of talkback on Newstalk ZB from midday to 2pm.

Poverty issues paper on 3News Online, MSN NZ and the Daily Mail

01 July 14

Maxim Institute's poverty issues paper The Heart of Poverty - matching passion with precision for struggling New Zealanders was picked up in an by New Zealand Newswire that featured on the 3News Online homepage, MSN NZ, and the Daily Mail.

media releases

School Leadership Project Launch

24 July 14

What is the “magic” of great school leaders, and how do we replicate it? What does it look like when popular leadership theory meets actual school life? Maxim Institute’s latest education project explores these questions.

Great result: school leadership gets the attention it deserves

07 July 14

Despite their ideological differences, the major similarity between Labour's and National’s education policies is investment into New Zealand’s school leaders – which is a promising development for anyone who cares about the education of our kids.

Getting to the heart of poverty

02 July 14

Today Maxim Institute releases The Heart of Poverty – matching passion with precision for struggling New Zealanders, an issues paper aiming to stimulate and contribute to the current debate about poverty in New Zealand.
Maxim Institute researcher Kieran Madden says, “The Heart of Poverty is an attempt to bridge the ideological divide that so often stops us from working decisively in unison to help those in need. We want to spark a practical discussion about how we can better understand, define and measure who is affected by poverty in New Zealand.”

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