Major Partners

Our major partners work with us to share expertise and resources to deliver evidence-based perspectives and public policy research.

Learn more about our partners:

AUT University

The Helen Clark Foundation and the Auckland University of Technology (AUT) partnered in 2019, and AUT hosts the Helen Clark Foundation at AUT’s City Campus. The partnership aligns with AUT’s commitment to research for the public good, and public communication of research. AUT supports the Helen Clark Foundation’s aim to make high quality public policy research more accessible, and to deliver an evidence-based perspective on policy issues.

AUT’s support is not an endorsement of any individual item of work, output or statement made by the Helen Clark Foundation’s staff, board, or patron.

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WSP New Zealand

The partnership between the Helen Clark Foundation and WSP New Zealand began in 2019, and is focused on how the built and natural environments of Aotearoa New Zealand can best be prepared for the future. The partnership supports evidence-based reports and insights to stimulate public debate and policy action.

The partnership has resulted in a number of reports, and these can be viewed below.

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Recent Outputs

The Health Coalition Aotearoa & the MAS Foundation

The Helen Clark Foundation, Health Coalition Aotearoa, and the MAS Foundation began a partnership in 2020 to share expertise and resources to deliver an evidence-based perspective on one of the most important public health issues facing New Zealand – improving health equity. The three partners are particularly committed to catalysing action to protect children and families from the harms caused by alcohol and unhealthy food which create unfair and unacceptable health burdens in many Māori, Pacific, and low-income communities.

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Recent Outputs

Kōkiri ki Tāmaki Makaurau Trust

We know that Māori leadership is essential to addressing inequity in New Zealand. No area is more urgent than health inequity, where the consequences can be the difference between life and death.

We are grateful to have concluded an advisory partnership with Kōkiri ki Tāmakimakaurau Trust, who have agreed to work with our Executive Director to support research in the field of health equity and the regulation of alcohol. Our organisations will collaborate to ensure that the resulting research informs better health outcomes for Māori, and that policy proposals around alcohol regulation honour Te Tiriti.

David Ratu, Chair of the Trust and board member for the Health Coalition Aotearoa, joined the selection panel for the Health Equity fellow, together with Dr Boyd Swinburn.

 

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