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Gráinne's Update - November 2018

Chief Executive Gráinne Moss talks about the signing of a new agreement with Ngāi Tahu, recognising public service, and the Royal Commission announcement.

Family group conferences

Together, with the family, victims, the Police and other important influencers, we can help the young person take responsibility for their actions and make lasting, positive changes. With everyone’s opinion and expertise accounted for, a thorough plan can be made to help right the wrong and ensure their future wellbeing. Care and Protection family group conferences Depending on your child's age, there's more than one type of f...

What to expect

Our goal is to work with the child and young person, their whānau and others who can help, so they can return to live at home – but only once we think it's safe for them to do so. If that can't happen, we aim to find them a safe, stable and loving home, where they'll be able to have a sense of belonging.  "It's all about the love. Some...

Safety checking

What are the safety checking regulations? On 1 July 2015 safety checking regulations for the children’s workforce came into force. The regulations require all paid people who work with children for government-funded organisations to be safety checked, and to have these safety checks updated every three years. This also applies to unpaid people working with children as part of an educational or vocational trainin...

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...

Young people transitioning seminar - video transcript

(Damian O'Neill - a Senior Analyst within the Oranga Tamariki Evidence Centre)(Māori spoken) Good morning, tenakoto katoa. (Māori spoken 00:09) Welcome to the end of the working week and a second presentation on our precious young people. In this presentation I'm going to talk about a survey we did of the young people, 15 to 17 year olds, who are moving out of care, out of the care of the chief executive, into independence.And before I talk about the survey findings, some r...

NEET seminar - video transcript

(Eyal Apatov - a Senior Analyst within the Oranga Tamariki Evidence Centre)Thanks everybody for coming.So this is work I've done while I still at MBIE, as you can recognise the background.As Kelly said, I used data from the IDI and the results have been tested to pass all the confidentiality tests and another disclaimer, this was work that was mainly done for economists and people who work in the economics sector so my guess is that if you've been involved in the social sector...