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Safe Whānau Initiatives from Police - video transcript

Bronwyn Marshall:Kia ora. How are you all? Good? Doing good? Hey, I've been told I'm confined to this space, I'm not allowed to move which I find very hard because usually I walk and talk so I'm going to get weird looks from the guy down the back there who's filming us if I start moving too much, so I'm going to find this sort of a bit difficult to stay right here, I'm just warning you now, okay? I've got notes but I don't usually look at those. I'll flick onto a bit about the...

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Our name Our full name is Oranga Tamariki—Ministry for Children.'Oranga' is the wellbeing we want to help the children we work with to have.'Tamariki' reminds us that children are descended from greatness. They are born with an inherent mana that can be damaged by abuse and neglect.We support children, family and whānau to restore their mana, their sense of self, their important connections and relationships, their right to heal and recover, an...

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When does a child go into care?

Under the law, we are required to keep children and young people safe and support families to look after their tamariki when concerns arise. In some situations, bringing a child into care is the best way to make sure this happens.We’re also here to help families and whānau who are finding things challenging and need some extra support when the going gets tough.Children and young people can c...

Report Family Centre 2019 Kairaranga Evaluation

1 ENHANCING TAMARIKI AND WHĀNAU PARTICIPATION IN DECISION MAKING External Evaluation Summary Report Authors Dr Catherine Love, Shamia Makarini, Charles Waldegrave, Dr Giang Nguyen, Wayne Makarini A Report by the Family Centre Social Policy Research Unit for Oranga Tamariki, Ministry for Children February 2019 Family Centre Social Policy Research Unit 2 Te Aroha Te Whakapono, Me Te Rangimarie Tātou Tātou e With Love,...

Report Ngati Porou Iwi Led FGC Formative Evaluation

Summary Report: Formative evaluation of the iwi-led family group conference pilot Prepared for: Oranga Tamariki Wellington Prepared by: Kataraina Pipi, Cain Kerehoma, Roxanne Smith Date: 7 November 2018 Summary Report 1.1 Introduction Te Rūnanga o Ngāti Porou (TRONPnui) and Oranga Tamariki have a formal agreement to address the disproportionate numbers of Ngāti Porou youth journeying through the youth justice system. This agreement involv...