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Contents for October 2017 edition

 

 

Editorial — Ten Years On

Jenny Smith, Chief Executive Officer, Council to Homeless Persons

 

Glossary

This glossary has been prepared using the online version of Te Aka Māori–English, English–Māori Dictionary and Index. This glossary is not definitive, and refers to this publication only.

 

Kia hiwa rā, Kia rite

Jade Kake, Poutohu Mātua, Te Matapihi, National Māori Housing Advocate

 

Chapter 1: Understanding Homelessness in Aotearoa New Zealand

 

Understanding Homelessness in Rural Aotearoa

Tao Faneva, Chief Executive Officer, Te Rūnanga O Whaingaroa

 

Homeless Wāhine Māori and Survival Sex: An Emerging Link?

Jade Kake, Te Matapihi, National Māori Housing Advocate

 

We Need a Strategy to Address Homelessness

David Zussman and Angie Cairncross of Community Housing Aotearoa (CHA)

 

Kāinga tahi, kāinga rua: A kaupapa Māori Response of Te Puea Memorial Marae

Jenny Bol Jun Lee-Morgan, Waikato-Tainui, Ngāti Mahuta and Rau Hoskins, Ngāti Hau, Ngāpuhi

 

Enumerating Homelessness in Rural Māori Communities

Jade Kake, Te Matapihi, National Māori Housing Advocate

 

Te Hā Tangata: A Human Library on Homelessness

Elspeth Tilley, Associate Professor and Wellington Campus Coordinator, School of English and Media Studies, Massey University

 

Towards the Design of Culturally-Based Supportive Housing Facilities

Jade Kake, Te Matapihi, National Māori Housing Advocate

 

Single Women’s Homelessness in Aotearoa/New Zealand

Angie Cairncross, Communications Coordinator, Community Housing Aotearoa and Paula Lloyd, Manager, Wellington Homeless Women’s Trust

 

 

Chapter 2: Housing First

 

Housing First Auckland: A Collective Impact Approach to Ending Chronic Homelessness in New Zealand’s Largest City

Housing First Auckland Backbone Team

 

Responding to Homelessness in Aotearoa New Zealand Through Home-grown Best Practice

Stephanie McIntyre, Director, DCM1 Wellington

 

One Housing First to Rule Them All?

Clare Aspinall, Jenny Ombler, Dr Nevil Pierse, Professor Philippa Howden Chapman

 

Auckland Council’s Role in Addressing Homelessness

The Community Empowerment Unit and Community and Social Policy Teams, Auckland Council

 

Housing First Auckland City Centre Programme: Responsiveness to Māori

Sophia Beaton (Kāi Tahu, Kāti Mamoe) and Sarah Greenaway

 

Housing First: People Working with People

Brook Turner, Head of Community Services Development, VisionWest Community Trust

 

The Role of Local Government in a Homeless Response

The People’s Project: A Collaborative Community Response to Rough Sleepers in Hamilton

Carole McMinn, The Peoples Project, part of the Wise Group

 

Responding to Homelessness in New Zealand: Homelessness and Housing First for Māori: Meaning and Optimisation

Brennan Rigby, Principal Advisor, Social Outcomes, Independent Māori Statutory Board

 

 

Chapter 3: Perspectives on Housing

 

Is it a Housing Crisis or Just Housing Pressure?

Bernie Smith, Monte Cecilia Housing Trust

 

Tūrangawaewae: Whānau Wellbeing for All

Dr Lily George, Paul Gilberd, Anthea Napier, Reverend Dr Paul Reynolds, Reverend Jolyon White, Anglican Church in Aotearoa, New Zealand and Polynesia

 

Housing Northland’s Homeless: From Crisis to Confidence

Adrian Whale, Executive Officer, Tai Tokerau Emergency Housing Charitable Trust

 

 

Chapter 4: Health and Homelessness

 

Easy Access Housing: Transitional and Emergency Housing for Homeless tāngata whaiora

Angie Cairncross, Communications Coordinator, Community Housing Aotearoa and Zap Haenga, Te WaiOra Tira Coordinator, Easy Access Housing

 

Elderly at 43: On Health and Homelessness

Jacqueline Humm, Strategic Communications Lead and Communications Lead for Housing First Auckland

 

Measuring Iterative Homelessness in Mental Health in Aotearoa New Zealand

Sho Isogai and Dr Nicky Stanley-Clarke

 

 

Opinion

Patrick Gemmell

General Manager, Te Matapihi