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2 Apr 2007
Forensic mental health services were first established in New Zealand as a response to the issues raised in the Mason Report, which presented the findings of the Committee of Inquiry into Procedures Used in Certain Psychiatric Hospitals in relation to Admissions, Discharge or Release on Leave of Certain Classes of Patients 1989...
2 Jan 2010
This report presents the key findings about drug use and drug-related harm among New Zealand adults, from the 2007/08 New Zealand Alcohol and Drug Use Survey (NZADUS). The survey measured alcohol and drug use among over 6,500 New Zealanders aged 16–64 years from August 2007 to April 2008. The report covers...
2 Oct 2009
Topics: Evaluation, Monitoring, Conflict & Conflict Resolution, Crime & Safety, Employment & Labour, Income & Wealth, Social Services, Behaviour Management, Drugs & Alcohol, Healthcare, Quality of Life
This report presents the key findings about alcohol use and alcohol-related harm among New Zealand adults, from the 2007/08 New Zealand Alcohol and Drug Use Survey. The survey measured alcohol and drug use among over 6,500 New Zealanders aged 16–64 years from August 2007 to April 2008. The report covers past-...
1 Mar 2008
Topics: Evaluation, Monitoring, Crime & Safety, Prisons, Inequality, Diet & Nutrition, Disease, Drugs & Alcohol, Hazards, Healthcare, Māori, Prisoners
The publication has been prepared by the Public Health Intelligence unit of the Ministry of Health for the Māori Health Directorate, and is based on the ‘PHI Occasional Bulletin: Results from the Prisoner Health Survey 2005’ which was released in December 2006.The Prisoner Health Survey 2005 was conducted by the Ministry of...
14 Feb 2008
Topics: Evaluation, Monitoring, Crime & Safety, Law & Justice, Income & Wealth, Drugs & Alcohol, Healthcare
The IDMS was established in 2005 to provide ongoing and timely information on changes in drug use and drug-related harm in New Zealand. It is conducted annually as part of the National Drug Policy. The data collected in the IDMS is intended to be used by a wide range of people to inform appropriate and timely responses to drug...
In the last year Child, Youth and Family received over 125,000 reports from people concerned enough about a child’s safety to notify authorities. In over 21,000 of these cases, child abuse or neglect was confirmed. This report outlines the statistics and state of child abuse in New Zealand, and shows how Child...
14 Oct 2009
The Ministry of Transport (MoT) is developing a road safety strategy, Safer Journeys, for 2010-2020. To inform this safety strategy, MoT got together with the Ministry of Youth Development (MYD) to create a youth friendly version of their discussion document to give young people a say on transport issues such as:
26 Jun 2009
Topics: Research, Crime & Safety, Human Rights & Civil Liberties, Law & Justice, Policy, Youth, Culture, Customs & Traditions
A report on the findings of a consultation with young people on their attitudes and experiences with tagging. Findings are presented in relation to three broad themes: general attitudes toward graffiti, the commissioning and writing of graffiti and tagging, and desistance from graffiti and tagging. The central aim of the study...
Topics: Evaluation, Monitoring, Crime & Safety, Human Rights & Civil Liberties, International Relations, Law & Justice, Employment & Labour, Policy, Child Development, Disability, Quality of Life
This report reflects the information and data currently available on disabled people. The partners in the monitoring mechanism agreed to focus on certain aspects of the Disability Convention rights for this first year of monitoring, and to set indicators and measures of progress (given the available data). As there are...
Topics: Evaluation, Crime & Safety, Family Violence, Families & Whānau, Leadership, Policy, Whānau, Social Media
The purpose of this review is to understand and articulate the approach of the campaign and determine how well the campaign is working. In particular, it articulates the key ideas, messages and approach of the campaign; review the evidence to better understand how well the campaign is working, and focus on lessons and insights...
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