Susan St John - Associate Professor of economics & CPAG economics spokesperson
- Working for Families perversely misunderstood (July 2018)
- Times of low inflation requires better response for families (2016)
- Child poverty measures short-change families (2015)
Michael Timmins - Human & Child Rights Lawyer & CPAG children rights spokesperson
Emily Keddell - Otago University expert on social work and children & families social issues.
- Tax credit system leaves many disadvantaged (2016)
- Miranda's got the right word for it (2014)
- When carrots are actually sticks (2013)
- Vital to ease child poverty; tax credit seems best way (2012)
25 July 2018: Recognising the vital, unpaid work that secures our future - Jeni Cartwright, CPAG.
23 July 2018: Is Working for Families really "communism by stealth"? - Associate Professor Susan St John, CPAG Economics and welfare spokesperson.
29 June 2018: Working for Families is not a trap, it’s a run-down house in need of TLC - Jeni Cartwright, CPAG.
10 March: Supporting "hard-working" families? Dr Emily Keddell, CPAG Dunedin co-ordinator, lecturer in Social Work, University of Otago
29 June: Australia could teach us a lesson in family tax credits - Associate Professor Susan St John, CPAG Economics and welfare spokesperson.
20 June: What's up with housing? But also, what's up with incomes? - Jeni Cartwright, CPAG.
12 May: Playing the blame game does nothing to fix child poverty - Lizzie Marvelly, NZ musician and writer for villainesse.com
2 May: Antiquated welfare system needs a reality check - Max Rashbrooke, Author & Journalist
26 April: A few ladders and lots of snakes - Anne Else, Author
12 April: Child welfare needs to be at the heart of our Government - Deborah Morris-Travers, UNICEF NZ
From the Cradle - Eliza Prestidge Oldfield