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2 Apr 2007
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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...

Jun 2009
Completed
This report presents the findings from a research project carried out in 2008 on the educational histories and pathways of alternative education (A.E.) students in New Zealand.

1 May 2009
Completed
Results from the Prisoner Health Survey 2005 describes the health status of sentenced prisoners in New Zealand, using a range of indicators from a national survey of prisoners. The survey was conducted in 2005 using face-to-face interviews with 423 sentenced prisoners from around New Zealand. The report...

14 Feb 2008
Completed
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...

8 Feb 2008
Completed
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...

Dec 2007
Completed
The best evidence syntheses (BESs) bring together research evidence about ‘what works’ for diverse (all) learners in education. Recent BESs each include a number of cases that describe actual examples of professional practice and then analyse the findings. These cases support educators to grasp the big ideas behind effective...

Dec 2009
Completed
This report contains a summary of the views of young people who participated in the youth friendly survey on the sale and supply of liquor in New Zealand. In this report you will find out what these young people said about the issues and their ideas. The Law Commission wanted to know people’s views on the sale...

14 Oct 2009
Completed
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
Completed
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...

Dec 2013
Completed
This report, relating to the individual experiences of disabled youth, outlines one half of the activities undertaken by The Convention Coalition in 2013, regarding The Disability Convention. Article 7 of The Disability Convention notes that “States Parties shall take all necessary measures to ensure the full...

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