On the move: The life of a renter child (published 9 Dec)

Dec 24, 2014 | News

Researchers from the Growing Up in NZ study, who are tracking the movements of 6853 babies born in the year to March 2010, say the findings challenge the way social agencies provide services to children such as immunisation.

Moves in the babies’ first two years were much higher than expected for all kinds of housing tenure: 66 per cent for children in private rentals, 46 per cent in public housing and 32 per cent in family-owned homes.

Read the full NZ Herald story here.

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