The empty nest is refilled: the joys and tribulations of raising grandchildren in Aotearoa
Dr Liz Gordon, Pukeko Research (the findings of the Lotteries funded 2016 Grandparent and Whanau Caregiver Survey conducted by GRG and led by Pukeko Research.
He waka eke noa: Māori grandparents raising grandchildren
Liz Gordon (2018)
This article analyses data from Māori participants in the large study of grandparents raising grandchildren conducted in 2016. As a significant proportion of users of GRG's services, Māori caregivers have carved out their own approaches to negotiating the role of grandparents bringing up their children’s children, or ‘mokopuna’ (often ‘moko’).
Impact of Parents' Drug Issues
Liz Gordon (2018) ‘My daughter is a drug addict’: grandparents caring for the children of addicted parents, Kotuitui: New Zealand Journal of Social Sciences Online, 13:1, 39-54
Seeking Income Support from WINZ
Liz Gordon (2017) Experiences of grandparents raising grandchildren in getting income support from work and income offices in New Zealand, Kōtuitui: New Zealand Journal of Social Sciences Online, 12:2, 134-145
Research Report, September 2009 (Funded by Sky City Auckland Community Trust)
Jill Worrall (2009) Grandparents and Whanau/Extended Families Raising Kin Children in Aotearoa/New Zealand—A view over time.”
Media Release: The Healing Power of Grandparents; 8 September 2009
Research Report, March 2005 (Funded by the JR McKenzie Trust)