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Every child thrives, belongs, achieves | Ka whai oranga, ka whai wāhi, ka whai taumata ia tamaiti [New Zealand Government]

Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Wellington, New Zealand : [Ministry of Social Development] 2011Description: vii, 32 p. computer file, PDF 608KB.Other title: The green paper for vulnerable children.Subject(s): TŪKINOTANGA Ā-WHĀNAU | PATU TAMARIKI | CHILD ABUSE | New Zealand. Ministry of Social Development | New Zealand. Ministry of Social Development | ADOLESCENTS | CHILD NEGLECT | DOMESTIC VIOLENCE | FUNDING | HAUORA WHĀNAU | PĀRURENGA | PĒPĒ | POLICY DEVELOPMENT | SOCIAL POLICY | SUPPORT SERVICES | TAITAMARIKI | TAMARIKI | TOKO I TE ORA | YOUNG PEOPLE | NEW ZEALANDOnline resources: Click here to access online | Green paper submissions | Submissions summary | NZFVC news item | About Children's Teams
Contents:
1. Introduction. Government's visio. Why childhood matters. Vulnerable children in New Zealand. Growing up in New Zealand today. Who has a role? Current Government priorities. The Government's proposed actions. 2. Share responsibility. Parents and caregivers. Communities. 3. Show leadership. Vulnerable Children's Action Plan. Legislation changes. Working with whānau, hapū and Māori leaders. 4. Make child-centred policy changes. Review Government spending to get better results for vulnerable children. Vulnerable child-first allocaion policy. Watching out for vulnerable children. Information sharing. 5. Make child-centred practice changes. Improving the workforce for children. Better connecting vulnerable children to services. Improving service delivery. Have your say.
Summary: The Green Paper for Vulnerable Children is a discussion document. It was launched by the Minister of Social Development on 27 July 2011. It is open for submissions until 28 February 2012. Once all submissions have been received and analysed, a White Paper will be released outlining the Vulnerable Children’s Action Plan. The Green Paper was developed by an independent expert appointed by the Minister for Social Development and Employment. The Ministries of Social Development, Education, Health and the Families Commission were also an integral part of the development which has involved reviewing: existing evidence international best practice and consultation and input from experts including non-government and public officials consultation with relevant Government Departments. More information about the Green Paper and the Action Plan to be developed from it can be found by accessing the website. Also available iin Māori, Samoan and Tongan from the website.
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Title on cover page: Every child thrives, belongs, achieves =Ka whai oranga, ka whai wāhi, ka whai taumata ia tamaiti. Known as The Green Paper for Vulnerable Children

1. Introduction. Government's visio. Why childhood matters. Vulnerable children in New Zealand. Growing up in New Zealand today. Who has a role? Current Government priorities. The Government's proposed actions. 2. Share responsibility. Parents and caregivers. Communities. 3. Show leadership. Vulnerable Children's Action Plan. Legislation changes. Working with whānau, hapū and Māori leaders. 4. Make child-centred policy changes. Review Government spending to get better results for vulnerable children. Vulnerable child-first allocaion policy. Watching out for vulnerable children. Information sharing. 5. Make child-centred practice changes. Improving the workforce for children. Better connecting vulnerable children to services. Improving service delivery. Have your say.

The Green Paper for Vulnerable Children is a discussion document. It was launched by the Minister of Social Development on 27 July 2011. It is open for submissions until 28 February 2012. Once all submissions have been received and analysed, a White Paper will be released outlining the Vulnerable Children’s Action Plan. The Green Paper was developed by an independent expert appointed by the Minister for Social Development and Employment. The Ministries of Social Development, Education, Health and the Families Commission were also an integral part of the development which has involved reviewing:

existing evidence
international best practice and consultation and input from experts including non-government and public officials
consultation with relevant Government Departments. More information about the Green Paper and the Action Plan to be developed from it can be found by accessing the website. Also available iin Māori, Samoan and Tongan from the website.