Projects tagged with Pacific People
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with: Te Puni Kōkiri: TPK
In this paper, Anne Moefa’auo looks at Cultural Revitalisation in relation to her role as a secondary school teacher of migrants and refugees. This is the third in a series of papers Te Puni Kōkiri commissioned to contribute to the development of our work around Oranga Māoritanga – Cultural Vitality.
The Ministry for Pacific Peoples’ Pacific Policy Analysis Tool – Kapasa has been updated to add value to the public policy development process, and also includes updated data and case studies. It encourages a strengths-based approach to policy development that draws upon the strengths and values of Pacific families and...
Reports for the research and development project Ngāue Fakataha ki he Ako ’a e Fānau — Schools and Parents and Families Working Together to Better Understand and Support Pasifika Students’ Progress and Achievement at School.
Topics: Research, Pacific People, Lifestyle & Standard of Living, Quality of Life, Socio-economic status
The Ministry's Contemporary Pacific Status Report brings together information from across government into one easily accessible document and highlights the current position of Pacific peoples in New Zealand.
with: Careers New Zealand
Project Lumana’i is a programme of research into the needs of Pasifika young people, families and teachers to inform the creation of career support resources that are more relevant and engaging for them. New Zealand’s Pacific peoples are a diverse group with the fastest growing young population − just under...
9 Jun 2016
with: Statistics New Zealand
This paper explores the changes in tenure patterns (home ownership and renting) between 1986 and 2013, but focuses particularly on changes within the Māori and Pacific populations. We also look briefly at tenure patterns for earlier years in order to show the contrasting patterns in home ownership for Māori and the rest of the...
In Budget 2016/17 the two feasibility studies were funded to look into the viability of Project Tatupu and the Pacific Cultural Centre. These studies have now been completed and the next stage is for the Ministry to work with other key and lead government agencies and other organisations to identify opportunities to utilise some...
with: Ministry for Women
The Ministry for Women's new report, A malu i 'āiga, e malu fo'i i fafo: Protection for the family, protection for all, shares, from the perspective of Samoan people, what works to keep Samoan women and girls safe from violence. The Ministry is encouraging discussion on the findings to broaden cultural attitudes...
Topics: Methodology, Monitoring, Research, Blended Families, Families & Whānau, Households, Parenting, Single Parents, Ageing, Child Development, Drugs & Alcohol, Pregnancy, Children, Māori, Pacific People, Vulnerable & Disadvantaged, Women, Youth, Lifestyle & Standard of Living, Resilience, Socio-economic status
Growing Up in New Zealand is a longitudinal study that provides an up-to-date, population relevant picture of what it is like to be a child growing up in New Zealand in the 21st century. It is the first longitudinal study of its kind that has recruited and collected information from both mothers and their partners from before...
Topics: Monitoring, Education & Training, Pedagogy, Schools, Secondary Education, Tertiary Education, Policy, Children, Pacific People, Youth
The Pasifika Education Plan 2013-2017 (the PEP) provides a strategic direction for improving education outcomes for Pasifika peoples in Aotearoa New Zealand. This monitoring report provides a national and regional picture of how Pasifika learners are progressing as the PEP is implemented....
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