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NZ's current approach to meth is failing Māori, 'thorough overhaul' is needed- report
Around 500 people marched through the streets of Huntly in 2019 to oppose the use of methamphetamine. Photo / File
Most children harmed in State care are Māori – Oranga Tamariki report
Oranga Tamariki's Deputy Chief Executive for the Voices of Children, Hoani Lambert says if he didn’t think he was doing right by Māori he should leave his role at the agency.
Māori parents more supported by whānau when it comes to childcare
First-time māmā Louise Tyson is one of many Māori parents more likely to receive support from family when it comes to childcare. That's according to a new survey which found 75 percent of Māori respondents had access to support from close or extended family compared to 65 percent of non-Māori.
Canada's missing & murdered indigenous women report released
In Canada, there's been a mixed reaction to a national inquiry into missing and murdered indigenous women and girls. A final report was released recently, but still there is no accurate number of how many missing women there are.
Bullying and harassment systemic in parliament- Report
The report into bullying and harassment in parliament has found that such behaviour is systemic, normalised and extends from violent behaviour through to sexual harassment and assault.
Māori world view for local governance frameworks
A newly released local government localisation report has a strong Māori governance focus which Bay of Plenty regional councillor Arapeta Tahana says would benefit iwi.
Youth report racism, violence and poverty as key themes in life- report
The new 'What makes A Good Life' report released today shows that drugs, poverty, violence and discrimination are prevalent themes preventing youth from living happy lives. Oranga Tamariki and the Children's Commissioner surveyed more than 6000 youth to hear their thoughts.
Colonisation trauma linked to family violence- Report
A new report by the prime minister's chief science advisor says it is possible to prevent and end family violence in New Zealand. The report, titled Every 4 Minutes, acknowledges the link between the trauma of colonisation and prejudice to the high rates of family violence and incarceration among Māori.
Mental Health report "not radical enough" for Māori
A Māori health provider is slamming the new Mental Health and Addictions report released by the government. Te Rau Matatini chief executive Maria Baker says Māori have the worst outcomes but recommendations fail to give them a voice.