The Welfare Expert Advisory Group has 11 members, including the Chair. They represent a wide range of views and experiences from the community – especially including the voices of people with lived experience of the welfare system. 

The competencies and perspectives of the members are critical to the work of the WEAG.  Their unique skills and expertise include, but are not limited to, disabled, young people, advocacy in the welfare system, Māori, Pacific, economics, health, business and research and analysis.

Welfare Expert Advisory Group members

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