24% of New Zealand children are living in poverty

24 Oct 2014 by Brian Slade

Wave upon wave of evidence tells us… 24% of New Zealand children are living in poverty. The longer they live in poverty the greater risk of physical harm, cognitive development and health issues they face. With this as a background to the brief we approached this years Annual Report for Stand Children’s Services with a very serious hard hitting visual tone. Feedback so far has been very positive, “(I was) very moved by it – loved the theme and the way it was represented with the sea – photographs are amazing and altogether a little gem…” It's good to be making a difference.

Stand 2014 annual report

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