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Longitudinal studies seminar - video transcript

(Susan Morton - the Principal Investigator of New Zealand’s contemporary longitudinal study of child development, Growing Up in New Zealand.)So, kia ora tatou. It's lovely to be here. Thank you for that introduction and I have 20 minutes to tell you all about growing up in New Zealand and some transition. So I'm known to be quite hyperactive so I hope you can keep up. And I'm really looking forward to hearing from Damian and having a chance to engage with you in the questio...

About the Act

The Children's Act 2014 made sweeping changes to protect vulnerable children and help them thrive, achieve and belong.The legislation includes: one new stand-alone Act, the Children's Act 2014 amendments to the Children, Young Persons, and Their Families Act 1989 The heads of six government departments are now accountable for protecting and improving the lives of vulnerable children. NZ Police, the Ministries of Health, Educ...

Outcomes Framework

The Oranga Tamariki Outcomes Framework sets out the main services we provide, how we intend to provide them differently from the past, and how we will know we're making a difference for tamariki and whānau.The Outcomes Framework reflects the emerging operating model for Oranga Tamariki, which has been developed to meet new legislative requirements which come into force on 1 July 2019 and which has been developed through extensive engagement over the last two years establishi...

Publications

Corporate documents: Annual Report, Statement of Intent, CE Expenses, BIM Annual ReportsOur Annual Reports outline our financial and non-financial performance each financial year.View our Annual Reports Statement of intentOur Statement of Intent outlines our business for the next four yearsView our Statement of Intent (PDF 4.6MB) Briefing to Income Minister (BIM)This briefing sets out the core roles of the Ministry, and identifies decisions that will be...

Feedback

Compliments, complaints and suggestions We want to hear from children and young people about their experience with us, good or bad.We value the views of children, and encourage them to speak up about how they feel and anything that's happened to them. We’ve also developed information, including this video and printed resource, specifically for them....

Becoming a caregiver

Who can care? Caregivers are as diverse as the tamariki they look after. Learn more Applying to be a caregiver If after talking to us you decide you'd like to apply to become a caregiver, you'll need: a completed application form (we'll send you one when you call) a police check proof of your identity a full doctor's medical report the names and addresses of two refe...