Invitation to Policy, the guide to Election 2020

I’m writing to invite you to try Policy, the complete guide to Election 2020, now online at policy.nz.

We thought you might be interested because you took part in our 2019 local elections tool Policy Local, as a candidate for the Auckland DHB election.

Policy makes voting easy: all the policies, parties and candidates, all in one place. 

→ See where the parties stand on key issues
→ Learn more about the candidates running in your area: 
→ Save the policies you like most, and view policies without party labels to browse free from bias
→ Share policies and candidates with friends and family 

We’ve summarised 900+ policies from 550+ documents and speeches, and surveyed 500+ candidates across every electorate. We’ve also launched resources for teachers and schools and a policy idea competition for students.

Please consider sharing Policy with your friends and family: research from the Electoral Commission shows that one in three non-voters cite ‘not knowing who to vote for’ as their main reason for not voting.

You can also follow us on FacebookInstagram and Twitter to stay up to date.

Ngā mihi,

Peter Davis

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Peter Davis recently retired from Auckland University where he established and headed the COMPASS research group in the Faculty of Arts for ten years and before that taught and researched in health policy and health services in the Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences (and for a time at the Christchurch Medical School) for 30 years. Peter remains an Honorary Professor in Statistics and an Emeritus Professor in Population Health and Social Science at the University of Auckland. He was recently elected to the Auckland District Health Board where his main areas of interest are: the reporting and using of information to improve the performance of health systems, the effective management of public sector organisations to achieve policy goals, and the development of evidence-informed public policy. Peter is also Chair of the Board of Trustees at The Helen Clark Foundation, a New Zealand-focussed public policy think tank.

2 thoughts on “Invitation to Policy, the guide to Election 2020”

  1. Kia Ora Peter, Thank you for this invitation, which I will certainly have a look at on the weekend! I will also sent this panui to some selected friends for their due consideration. At the same time, I am very clear as to where I and my whanau members will be placing our electoral opportunity!!! Nga Mihi Mahana, Dr Pauline KingiCNZM.

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