Projects tagged with Rangatahi
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Topics: Kaupapa Māori, Research, Education & Training, Families & Whānau, Child Development, Child Mortality, Disease, Hazards, Healthcare, Rangatahi, Te Āo Māori, Whānau
This report examines health literacy demands on both whānau and health services around asthma management for Māori children. It makes a number of recommendations to address health literacy to improve asthma outcomes for Māori children. Recommendations focus on health system, health organisation and health...
Tamakaiwānanga – Māori Boys at Secondary School: A qualitative study of Māori boys’ motivation and engagement in NCEA Level 1
with: Te Puni Kōkiri: TPK
Tamakaiwānanga explores what motivates Māori boys to achieve in education. The report aims to identify ways in which rangatahi, whanau and teachers can work together to reduce barriers to disengagement.
Topics: Monitoring, Community Development, Abuse & Neglect, Schools, Families & Whānau, Public Service, Behaviour Management, Child Development, Healthcare, Rangatahi, Children, Youth
Every year, internal auditors report on the care provided at Child, Youth and Family residences. The reports detail where we’re achieving a high standard, and more importantly, areas that should be improved. We welcome this external eye – while we work hard to provide a high-level of quality care to children and young people, we...
17 Dec 2012
with: Ministry of Justice: MoJ
Topics: Evaluation, Kaupapa Māori, Conflict & Conflict Resolution, Law & Justice, Families & Whānau, Public Service, Rangatahi, Whānau
The evaluation involved visits to five Ngā Kooti Rangatahi and was based on observations of court sittings and interviews with key informants, rangatahi and their whānau, judges, youth justice professionals and marae representatives. The key evaluation questions to be addressed are: how are Ngā...
Young people taking part in a Māori Youth Summit in Hamilton in September 2010 were invited to respond to a set of questions about what’s important for young Māori right now. This survey was part of a wider consultation that the Ministry of Youth Development is carrying out with young people across New Zealand to find out what...
Topics: Evaluation, Law & Justice, Social Services, Pedagogy, Teachers, Schools, Special Education, Rangatahi, Vulnerable & Disadvantaged
These earlier reports should be used for historical perspective – many of our more recent reports replace these and are more current and up to date. This report discusses the quality of education at seven schools located in Child Youth and Family (CYF) residences. These residences...
with: Ministry for Women
Topics: Kaupapa Māori, Research, Crime & Safety, Family Violence, Education & Training, Rangatahi, Whānau Ora, Whenua, Māori
This report provides an overview of what is known in Aotearoa/New Zealand, particularly Māori perspectives, and internationally, on sexual coercion/violence, resilience and healthy relationships, particularly for indigenous peoples, with an overall focus on rangatahi and rangatahi wahine.
Getting it right: An evaluation of New Zealand community treatment programmes for adolescents who sexually offend: Ka pu te ruha, ka hao te rangatahi
This evaluation was commissioned by the Department of Child, Youth and Family (CYF) in 2003. The primary objective was to evaluate the effectiveness of community-based treatment programmes for adolescents who sexually offend and determine whether treatment resulted in a reduction in sexual reoffending,...
2 Feb 2007
Te Poutama Ārahi Rangatahi (referred to as Te Poutama from this point on) is a residential treatment centre for high-risk, sexually abusive male adolescents aged 12–16 years who are unsuited to treatment in the community. It is based in Christchurch, New Zealand, and has a capacity of 12 beds. It began operation in 1999 in...
2 Dec 2006
with: Ministry of Health: MoH
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...
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