Lakiesha is a young aspiring social worker, using her experience in care to help tamariki and whānau.
John Wu’s journey from teenage immigrant with a severe stutter, to Youth Justice Social Worker on the cusp of completing a law degree.
The Oranga Tamariki—Ministry for Children Social Workers pay equity claim has moved closer to settlement.
A young person shares his experience of being on a youth advisory group, and encourages others to make their voices heard.
A programme in partnership with Fire and Emergency New Zealand has helped young people who've offended take responsibility for their actions.
He may have the tattoos and the bulging biceps, but Claudeland's Family Boy's Home caregiver Darren Farrow is the soft spot of many rangatahi in his care.
Minister for Children, Tracey Martin, has announced new measures to reduce the harm experienced by children in care.
Gráinne talks about the changes and challenges ahead.
Nominations are open for the William Wallace Awards, which recognise the achievements of outstanding young people in care.
Seventeen year old Trent dreams of one day playing in the NBA. That dream may become reality thanks to strong whānau support and community mentors.
A new digital resource developed by Skylight Trust helps tamariki, rangatahi, whānau and communities navigate through difficult times.
Gráinne talks about the importance of national care standards and how we're working in partnership with iwi.
There was an air of possibility at the Oranga Tamariki National Forum held in Wellington.
A tremendous step forward for tamariki and rangatahi in care, and a significant milestone for Oranga Tamariki.
Working with a partner organisation has brought aroha and beauty to a re-opened family home for young people in Wellington.
Te Maioha o Parekarangi Youth Justice Residence hosted a concert and dinner for young people and invited guests to celebrate Matariki together.