Framework for the Measurement of Social Capital in New Zealand. Rachael Milicich General Manager Geography, Regional and Environment. Why measure social capital?.
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Geography, Regional and Environment
Giving to strangers
Participation in voluntary
Participation in informal networks
Wider interest in society
Compliance with rules and normsThe Framework Developed
Attitudes & Values
Civil and Political Rights
DESIRED OUTCOME STATEMENT
All people enjoy civil and political rights. Mechanisms
to regulate and arbitrate people’s rights in respect of
each other are trustworthy.
22. Voter turnout*
23. Representation of women in government*
24. Perceived discrimination
25. Perceived corruption