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Deloitte New Zealand - State of the State
27 minutes | Dec 15, 2019
Delivering better outcomes together
The cultural and ethnic face of Aotearoa New Zealand is changing. With a Pasifika focus, we explore where our institutions and policies are now, and what needs to be done to achieve better outcomes for all. Co-author Lisa Tai from our Pasifika services team, is joined by Aiono Matthew Aileone, Deputy CE of Policy, Research and Evaluation at the Ministry for Pacific Peoples, and Leilani Tamu, Manager Pacific Policy at MBIE. Our host is David Lovatt, Deloitte New Zealand’s public sector lead partner.
24 minutes | Dec 12, 2019
Recommendations for a fairer future
Only by looking beyond the statistical averages and understanding from the bottom up, will we see a way forward through policies which tilt the balance towards those who are disadvantaged. Deloitte public sector lead partner David Lovatt, discusses the final article in this final podcast, in our State of the State series. Guests include Deloitte partners James Clarke, Adithi Pandit and Linda Meade.
30 minutes | Sep 4, 2019
Principles for an equitable tax system
The time is ripe to challenge our conceptions of fairness by also focusing on how tax policy is impacting future generations and our ecosystems. Our guests discuss role tax can play in addressing inequality in New Zealand. Joining our host, David Lovatt, Deloitte New Zealand’s public sector lead partner, is article co-authors, Robyn Walker and John Lohrentz. Our guest is Jordan Ward, team leader in tax strategy at the Treasury.
30 minutes | Sep 3, 2019
Civic engagement: harnessing voices to expand choices
In this episode, we continue the conversation on from our civic engagement article, discussing alternative ways of ensuring minority groups are heard, through reconsidering our civic decision making processes and the way we measure civic participation as a country. Our guest is Max Rashbrooke, author, academic and journalist, who has written extensively about inequities. We are also joined by co-authors of article two, Professor Michael Macaulay from Victoria University of Wellington’s School of Government, and Anne Molineux, Associate Director at Deloitte New Zealand. Presented by David Lovatt, Deloitte New Zealand’s public sector lead partner.
23 minutes | Aug 12, 2019
Building a fair future for all
Our new 2019 series looks at how we can build wellbeing through the lens of equity. In this episode, we look at the first two articles in 2019’s article series, which reviews the risks of ignoring inequities, why this matters and addressing intergenerational wellbeing. We discuss the work that needs to be done on data and evidence in this space, as well as public policy. Presented by David Lovatt, Deloitte's public sector lead partner, and joined by guests, Keith McLeod, an Analytical Consultant and Professor Girol Karacaoglu, Head of Victoria University of Wellington's School of Government.
32 minutes | Dec 19, 2018
Capabilities and recommendations for a wellbeing future
In the final podcast in our State of the State series, we review the learnings from the last few months, and discuss the next steps the public sector can take to help them create a wellbeing future for New Zealand. Our host David Lovatt, Deloitte New Zealand’s public sector lead partner, is joined by article author and Deloitte partner, James Clarke, plus previous authors Linda Meade and Jane Fraser-Jones.
28 minutes | Dec 12, 2018
A cities and regions view of wellbeing
What is the importance of taking a regional view of wellbeing? In this episode our guests discuss the disparities in wellbeing across and within the regions themselves, and possible next steps to improving regional wellbeing. Our host David Lovatt, Deloitte New Zealand’s public sector lead partner, is joined by article author and Deloitte partner Linda Meade, and Professor Philip Morrison from Victoria University of Wellington.
23 minutes | Nov 22, 2018
Trust: A cornerstone of wellbeing
We explore some of the issues around trust in New Zealand, understanding how the public’s perceptions of people and institutions can be built up to improve wellbeing for all. Our host David Lovatt, Deloitte New Zealand’s public sector lead partner, is joined by article author Dr. Michael Macaulay, Associate Dean at Victoria University of Wellington Business School, political editor at Radio New Zealand, Jane Patterson and director Lorinda Kelly, from Deloitte.
29 minutes | Nov 12, 2018
What a wellbeing focus could mean for business
The Government’s focus on wellbeing has the potential to shift the traditional economic landscape – what could this mean for New Zealand business? David Lovatt, Deloitte's public sector lead partner, is joined by article author and Deloitte partner Alex Mitchell, and John Milford, CEO of Business Central.
29 minutes | Sep 26, 2018
Co-creating our human and social capital
In this episode we take a deeper look at the New Zealand Government’s Four Capitals approach to tackling wellbeing, focusing on why human and social capital are so important and how communities are the key to fostering them. Presenter David Lovatt, Deloitte New Zealand's public sector lead partner, is joined by David Hanna of Wesley Community Action, and Deloitte’s Deborah Lucas and Jo Kelly.
29 minutes | Sep 25, 2018
A family-by-family approach to wellbeing
In this episode, we discuss how New Zealand can raise at-risk families’ wellbeing with a family-by-family approach, discussing the challenges they face interacting with providers, and give recommendations on how social services can work together to raise them into security. Deloitte's public sector lead partner, David Lovatt, is joined by independent government contractor, Claire Falck, along with Adithi Pandit and Anne Molineux from our social impact practice.
26 minutes | Aug 7, 2018
State of the State 2018: Wellbeing in abundance
This episode looks at the topics of the first three State of the State New Zealand articles, which provide a broad introduction to wellbeing: what is it, why should we care, how we measure it and how far we've come in the last few years in building it. Presented by David Lovatt, Deloitte's public sector lead partner, and joined by guests, Jane Fraser-Jones, director at Deloitte and Professor Girol Karacaoglu, Head of Victoria University of Wellington's School of Government.
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