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A new report by the Education Review Office (ERO), called Te Tamata Huaroa, has found there is a strong desire in schools to revitalise te reo Māori through education.The agency spoke with teachers and school leaders in 102 primary and secondary schools.The majority of scho...
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The Children’s Commissioner is undertaking a review of Oranga Tamariki

Tamariki do best when they are cared for and nurtured by their whānau. For pēpi Māori, their connections to whakapapa and the importance of whanaungatanga affirm the importance of them remaining in the care of their whānau. This review recognises that ‘whānau’ exten...
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'I didn't even get to see him...'

Māori mothers of newborns involved with Oranga Tamariki say the child welfare system is dangerous, brutal and racist.Their experiences have been detailed in a report from the Children's Commissioner, which was released today.Judge Andrew Becroft is calling for fundamental c...
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'I didn't do it for you and we don't require your response,": Dame Naida Glavish

Children's Minister Tracey Martin says she was never officially asked to do anything about the Māori-led inquiry into Oranga Tamariki which was commissioned by Whanau Ora.The inquiry was one of five initiated after Oranga Tamariki tried to take a newborn baby from a Hawke's...
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