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Oranga Tamariki censured

August 12, 2020

for removing newborn from autistic mum

A Dunedin grandmother who had a six-year dispute with government agencies about taking her grandson away from her family had moments when she considered giving up.But she is glad she followed through and feels vindicated and relieved that Chief Ombudsman Peter Boshier found ...
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Oranga Tamariki boss:

August 9, 2020

‘We have created harm’

Oranga Tamariki's Chief Executive appeared before the Waitangi Tribunal a day after a report from the Chief Ombudsman found the agency had used its draconian powers to uplift babies too readily in many casesA Waitangi Tribunal hearing has seen Oranga Tamariki chief exec...
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- Chief ombudsman's inquiry

That is just one of the findings in the chief ombudsman's investigation - He Take Kōhukihuki: A Matter of Urgency - into the policies, procedures and practices of Oranga Tamariki when removing babies under interim custody orders.The ombudsman examined 74 case file...
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Waitangi Tribunal hearing

Oranga Tamariki's bosses have fronted up to the Waitangi Tribunal today to explain why Māori fare so badly in the state care system.The panel overseeing the Oranga Tamariki urgent inquiry, from left to right, professor Rawinia Higgins, Judge Michael Doogan and Kim Ngārimu....
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Ombudsman rules on Oranga Tamariki baby uplifts

Oranga Tamariki has been removing babies from their parents more by routine than exception, the Chief Ombudsman has ruled.Peter Boshier has released a report, He Take Kōhukihuki: A Matter of Urgency, following his investigation into the policies and practices of the mi...
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Māori Women's Welfare League

The strategic partnership is the first between Oranga Tamariki and a national Māori organisation.It already has existing agreements with four iwi, including Ngāi Tahu, Ngāpuhi, Waikato-Tainui and Tūhoe.The partnerships are designed to place vulnerable Māori children wit...
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'Māori ready to take back our tamariki'

Parts of the Oranga Tamariki Act still undermine the role of whānau, hapū and iwi in the protection of tamariki, and to achieve true partnership under the Treaty, the Crown must devolve power to iwi, the Waitangi Tribunal has been told.An urgent hearing is under way into O...
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Taken by the State

Since publication of Newsroom’s extensive investigation into serious issues at Oranga Tamariki, our inbox has been flooded with stories from more current and former employees. In less than 48 hours after Newsroom’s in-depth inquiry into the children's mini...
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Prominent Māori wahine have again called for the chief executive and minister of Oranga Tamariki to step down.This comes despite the decrease in the number of Māori children going into state care over the past nine months.Link to video: https://www.teaomaori...
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‘Stand up and you stand alone'

Last week Newsroom revealed details around Oranga Tamariki CEO Grainne Moss’ sudden exit from her previous role at Bupa and asked how, within months of receiving a payout, she had managed to secure a top job in the public service.Influential Māori leaders h...
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