Whānau Ora is an inclusive interagency approach to providing health and social services to build the capacity of all New Zealand families in need. This report examines on the performance of general practices in Whānau Ora collectives.
This report presents information on young people under youth justice supervision, both in the community and in detention, during 2012–13. It explores the characteristics of their supervision and recent trends.
This twelfth edition of the Indigenous compendium to the Report of Government Services reflects several improvements in reporting by Indigenous status in the 2014 report, including Indigenous students’ science literacy outcomes and separations from selected hospital procedures for Indigenous people.
This paper describes the process and methodology of the LivingStandardsNZ workshop which brought together 28 young people in December 2013 to discuss complex and long-term issues for the future of New Zealand.
This resource provides a brief overview of research literature on the use of corporal punishment towards children and the legal landscape regarding corporal punishment as a means of disciplining children in Australia.
This report examines the impact of the Whānau Advisory Group, an initiative that aspires to foster quality engagement between schools and their Māori communities in order to improve Māori student achievement.