This report explores the youth justice system, presenting insights around youth crime, rates of reoffending and the relationship between care and youth justice.
This evidence brief was written to understand the low level of attendance by victims in youth justice processes and what might improve victim participation.
Oranga Tamariki is responding to the voices of victims of offending, with a reinvigorated focus on supporting engagement and participation.
It's that special time of year when we celebrate the incredible achievements of care experienced young people.
Today we release the findings of a practice review into events at Hastings Hospital in May.
The results of a survey about families with children with disabilities who participate in the Family Start programme.
Oranga Tamariki undertook a quantitative survey among the population of around 4,000 caregivers who provide care to children.
Up-to-date evidence about effective support for teenage parents and their whanau, as well as protective factors and risks of poor outcomes.
Youth advocate Injy Johnstone is encouraging everyone to celebrate the potential of care-experienced young people.
Archives New Zealand and Oranga Tamariki are working together to protect access to historic personal information.
Budget 2019 is investing an additional $1 billion over four years to support children and young people in care.
Budget funding enables a new service to support young people transitioning to adulthood after they have been in statutory care and youth justice.
Sport NZ and Oranga Tamariki are teaming up to improve access to sport and other forms of physical activity for all tamariki and rangatahi.
Our new approach for Intake, Assessment and Referrals aims to see tamariki better supported within their whānau and communities.
Research to find out how children might be affected by Section 70A reductions.
The Oranga Tamariki Voices of Children and Young People team led a project designed to understand the experiences of mainstream education for children in care.