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Construction sector community research – Audience and communication channels

Published: 29 Sep 2022

The Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE) commissioned research to deliver insights into worker and employer mindsets and understand how to better reach employers and workers who are at higher risk of exploitation. This package of research includes a Temporary Migrant Worker Exploitation research programme conducted by Kantar Public, and a Construction Sector Community Research conducted by BERL.

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Construction sector community research – Effectiveness of resources and messaging

Published: 29 Sep 2022

The Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE) commissioned research to deliver insights into worker and employer mindsets and understand how to better reach employers and workers who are at higher risk of exploitation. This package of research includes a Temporary Migrant Worker Exploitation research programme conducted by Kantar Public, and a Construction Sector Community Research conducted by BERL.

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PDF, 486KB, 34 pages

Community perceptions of migrants and immigration 2021

Published: 21 Feb 2022

This report presents the findings from the 2021 administrations of the Community Survey. The survey is intended to measure New Zealanders’ attitudes to migrants and immigration and is designed to be carried out every two years.

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Report

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PDF, 3.6MB, 38 pages

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Immigration

Self-Isolation Pilot summary report

Published: 17 Feb 2022

The Self-Isolation Pilot was part of the Government’s 'Reconnecting New Zealanders' plan for re-opening borders and looking at new pathways to allow more people to travel to New Zealand without the requirement to enter managed isolation and quarantine facilities (MIQ).

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Report

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PDF, 1.1MB, 32 pages

Topics
Immigration

Community perceptions of migrants and immigration 2019

Published: 8 Jun 2021

The Community Survey is a biennial survey (with an extra implementation in 2018 to gather information to inform the evaluation of the Welcoming Communities pilot) that aims to gather evidence about community attitudes towards migrants and immigration. The report, Community perceptions of migrants and immigration, summarises the findings primarily from 2019 but also includes some trend information from 2011, 2013, 2015, 2017, and 2018.

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PDF, 1.8MB, 41 pages