Introducing our Māori Cultural Framework, designed in partnership with others, for all of Oranga Tamariki.
An interagency team in the Horowhenua has won a Department of Corrections Bronze award for its efforts to help prevent family harm.
Nelson-based mentor Sean Thomas champions the role of an everyday superhero.
Information about the Royal Commission of Inquiry into Historical Abuse in State Care and in the Care of Faith-based Institutions, and the role Oranga Tamariki
Chief Executive Gráinne Moss highlights two major events for Oranga Tamariki - the first Annual Report, and our inaugral hui with iwi and Māori organisations.
Children in Manawatū experiencing anxiety will be comforted by weighted teddy bears after a generous donation from a local charitable trust.
A pay equity deal delivering significant pay increases to Oranga Tamariki social workers has now been ratified.
Lakiesha is a young aspiring social worker. She shares with us some of the values and life lessons she learnt living in a kaupapa-Māori home in Whangarei.
We gathered with iwi and Māori organisations for the first national hui since Oranga Tamariki was formed.
We're partnering with Ngāpuhi Iwi Social Services to support tamariki who have offended to make positive life decisions and cultural connections.
Gráinne thanks social workers for the work they do every day in communities across the country.
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.