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says former social welfare boss Christine Rankin

Children are being abused and dying because Oranga Tamariki is reluctant to remove them from homes where parents are using methamphetamine, former social welfare boss Christine Rankin says.Her comments come in the wake of revelations that the child protection service kn...
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Oranga Tamariki ‘review’

December 17, 2020

did not contact foster parents

Children's Minister Kelvin Davis has ordered Oranga Tamariki to stop its 'reverse uplifts' of children from foster care, after a limited internal review raised systemic issuesAn internal Oranga Tamariki review of a 'reverse uplift' of children from their foster parents - hig...
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by Oranga Tamariki

One couple's harrowing story of being caught in Oranga Tamariki's machinations but managing to hold off - for now - a 'reverse uplift' of their whānauWe are a professional couple of Māori/Pacific Island/European heritage who have whāngai cared for many of our younger sibl...
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Carers:

December 2, 2020

Oranga Tamariki adds to the trauma

Numerous foster carers have contacted Newsroom since our investigation last week highlighted a change in the children's ministry policy to take back tamariki from even 'forever care'Oranga Tamariki’s change in policy to place tamariki back with whānau and Iwi has pro...
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'There will be a handover of power to Māori'

Link to article: Kelvin Davis and Oranga Tamariki: 'There will be a handover of power to Māori' - NZ Herald...
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Oranga Tamariki -

November 30, 2020

much maligned, deservedly or not?

The service has not got much credit for the good outcomes for many of the children brought to its attention. There must have been many successes but the overall impression has been that the agency can't get a thing right. Maybe it just goes with the territory.Very quickly th...
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- Assistant Māori Children's Commissioner Glenis Philip-Barbara

The new Assistant Māori Children's Commissioner is questioning how much longer New Zealand will tolerate Oranga Tamariki not providing care to children.In an interview with Newshub Nation on Saturday, Glenis Philip-Barbara said Aotearoa is "waking up" to the fact that Māor...
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Oranga Tamariki

November 29, 2020

‘all about agendas’

Since the release of a Newsroom Investigates video showing Oranga Tamariki uplifting children from their carers after two and a half years, Newsroom has been inundated by stories from other foster parents and caregivers who have been affected by the agency’s practices.A fo...
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Kelvin Davis to

November 26, 2020

Oranga Tamariki: please explain

Children’s Minister Kelvin Davis has asked Oranga Tamariki to “please explain” its actions after a Newsroom investigation into Māori children being taken away from Pākehā foster parents who had provided them with a permanent home.Davis told Newsroom h...
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Oranga Tamariki chief

November 26, 2020

expected to quit

There are strong signals the chief executive of the children's ministry's time in charge is over, just days after another damning report on its 'unfixable' failings. The head of Oranga Tamariki, Grainne Moss, is believed to be leaving the role after a year of widespread...
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