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2 Dec 2006
Topics: Monitoring, Research, Leadership, Policy, Healthcare, Rangatahi, Whānau, Disability, Māori, Quality of Life
Whakatātaka Tuarua 2006-2011, the second Māori Health Action Plan, sets objectives for Māori health over the next five years and builds on from Whakatātaka - The Māori Health Action Plan which was implemented in 2002, which has provided the health sector with a valuable tool for contributing to reducing health inequalities...
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...
Topics: Monitoring, Schools, Secondary Education, Tertiary Education, Māori, Pacific People, Population Shifts
Participation in tertiary education is a natural progression for many school leavers, whether it is to study for a degree at university or to undertake training as part of a Modern Apprenticeship. Given the benefits to society and individuals of tertiary education and the greater success of students who engage in tertiary...
16 Jan 2015
Topics: Monitoring, Research, Parenting, Healthcare, Pregnancy, Teen Pregnancy, Children, Māori, Women, Youth, Lifestyle & Standard of Living, Race & Ethnicity
Policymakers in New Zealand have been concerned by the teenage birth rate for many years. Cross-country comparisons indicate that New Zealand has a higher rate of teenage births than other comparable countries, except for the United States (see section 2 below). In 2012, in response to a ministerial request, the Families...
2 Sep 2006
Topics: Evaluation, Monitoring, Disease, Healthcare, Mental Health, Disability, Māori, Pacific People
Te Rau Hinengaro literally translates as ‘the many minds’ and is a reference to how the mind may be thought of as having many different states or levels. It is used to capture the objective of the survey to measure mental disorder. This report, Te Rau Hinengaro: The New Zealand Mental Health Survey:
7 Dec 2012
Topics: Monitoring, Research, Child Development, Diet & Nutrition, Disease, Hazards, Healthcare, Children, Māori, Pacific People, Population Shifts, Youth, Quality of Life
This second report in the Te Ohonga Ake series explores the health status of Māori infants, children and young people using a range of routinely collected data sources. Due to its large size, this report is presented as a reference manual which is divided into three main sections:
4 Aug 2015
Topics: Monitoring, Research, Child Development, Diet & Nutrition, Disease, Healthcare, Obesity, Children, Māori
Te Ohonga Ake: The Health of Māori Children and Young People with Chronic Conditions and Disabilities in New Zealand is part of a series of annual monitoring reports focussing on the health of Māori children and young people. This report collates a range of routinely collected data about conditions arising in the perinatal...
Topics: Evaluation, Monitoring, Human Rights & Civil Liberties, Te Āo Māori, Māori, Migrants, Pacific People, Population Shifts, Lifestyle & Standard of Living, Quality of Life, Socio-economic status, Customs & Traditions, Language, Race & Ethnicity
The year 2011 was dominated by the Canterbury earthquakes, the hosting of the Rugby World Cup, the environmental consequences of the foundering of the container ship Rena in the Bay of Plenty, and the General Election. Each of these major events had their particular race relations dimension. The Canterbury...
Topics: Monitoring, Research, Human Rights & Civil Liberties, Governance & Kaitiakitanga, Local Government, Tiriti o Waitangi/Treaty of Waitangi, Asian, Māori, Migrants, Pacific People, Culture, Language, Race & Ethnicity
Welcome to the sixth annual New Zealand race relations report. The first report, reviewing 2004, noted the publication of the Commission’s landmark status report on human rights, Human Rights in New Zealand Today – Ngā Tika...
Topics: Evaluation, Monitoring, Human Rights & Civil Liberties, Governance & Kaitiakitanga, Tiriti o Waitangi/Treaty of Waitangi, Asian, Māori, Migrants, Pacific People, Culture, Discrimination, Race & Ethnicity
This is the fifth annual review of race relations in New Zealand. Its purpose is to record the major events, issues and developments of the past year and, on the basis of the available evidence, to identify issues that need to be addressed to maintain and enhance positive race relations in the year ahead. The shape of the report...
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