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The statistics

Reports of concern Of the more than 1.1 million children in New Zealand, the majority (approximately 80%) will never come to the attention of Oranga Tamariki. But there are some families and whānau who need extra help and support.That’s why we're working in partnership with an increasing number of iwi, Māori and community organisations to help families and whānau earlier with issues that put children at risk.  About 10 people c...

Our journey

... Expert Advisory Panel report, convened to propose a way to execute a fundamentally different way of doing things. Together, they called for a commitment to deliver on our obligations under the Treaty of Waitangi and to create outcomes that all New Zealand children deserved, while reducing the disparities experienced by tamariki Māori. The Ministry would be equipped with the legislation, resources, policies, practices and remit that it needed to do what Child, Youth and Family had never been s...

Publications

... 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 required from the Minister of Children Hon. Tracey Martin over the next few months.View the BIM (PDF 3.8 MB) CE ExpensesThis information is provided once a year in response to the State Services Commissioner's disclosure regime for chief executive expenses, gifts and hospital...

Your rights - care standards

... information about what support services you can get when you’re transitioning out of care. You need to be at least 15 for this. Learn more about your rights  The child friendly Statement of Rights document sets out what should happen: when you come into care while you're in care  if you move while in care or if you are leaving care soon who is there to support you (your advocate) if something is not...