Research and Reports

Research

takeway_stat_1.jpg   TAKEAWAY STATS:
A quick pick of some ugly statistics on the wellbeing of children in New Zealand.
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new_zealand_flag_map_2.JPG   COUNTRY HIGHLIGHTS: OECD 2009 DOING BETTER FOR CHILDREN:
Outcomes for children are weak in several key areas, according to the OECD's first ever report on children.
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whanau_ora_set_up1.JPG   Report: Whanau Ora Taskforce:
The Taskforce developed an "evidence-based framework" that would lead to strengthened whanau capabilities, an integrates approach to whanau wellbeing, collaborative relationships between state agencies in relation to whanau service, relationships between government and community agencies that are broader than contractual and improved cost-effectiveness and value for money. Read More...

children com logo.jpg   Report: Lives Cut Short:
A report from the Office of the Childrens Commissioner on child death by maltreatment in New Zealand.  Read More...

james.jpg   Report: Investigation Into The Death Of James Whakaruru:
James Whakaruru died on 4 April 1999 from one or more physical assaults perpetrated by his mother’s partner, who had been convicted of a previous assault on James in 1996. This investigation from the Office of the Childrens Commissioner was set up to examine how James came to die in spite of the many agencies involved with James and his family, and to consider what needs to change in future.  Read More...

saliel_and_olympia.jpg   Report: Investigation Into The Deaths Of Saliel And Olympia Alpin:
Saliel Alpin, aged 12, and her sister Olympia, aged 11, were killed by Bruce Howse, their stepfather, on 4 December 2001.  This report on the investigation from the Office of the Commissioner for Children highlights the complex nature of adult violence within families and the extent to which that violence is linked to the abuse of children and increased risk to their safety.  Read More...
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