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Māori Cultural Framework

Video transcript (Narrator speaking)Almost 70% of tamariki in the care of Oranga Tamariki identify as Māori.Building our knowledge, skills and confidence in te ao Māori – the Māori world view – will help us achieve better outcomes for tamariki Māori, and their whānau.We’ve developed a Māori Cultural Framework, which sets out our expectations for our staff - including key Māori concepts and practices.That information is c...

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Overview

When is a child brought into care Under the law, Oranga Tamariki is required to keep children safe – and in some situations, bringing a child into our care is the only way to keep them safe.   Learn more What to expect When we talk about a child or young person ‘being in care...

Our Focus 2018 - video transcript

(child’s voice)I see a family who loves meI see food on the table, a warm houseI see a cool school...friends to play withA place where I can be me (adult voice)We are Oranga Tamariki–Ministry for Children.We want a country where all tamariki thrive in safe and loving whānau and communities...where they get every opportunity to dream. (child’s voice)I have dreams, big dreams, huuuge dreamsI want to be an inventor, no a zookeeper, an as...