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Puao-te-ata-tu : the report of the Ministerial Advisory Committee on a Māori Perspective for the Department of Social Welfare

Contributor(s): Rangihau, John Te Rangi-Aniwaniwa [Chair].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Wellington, New Zealand : Department of Social Welfare, 1988Description: electronic document (96 pages): PDF file.Subject(s): GOVERNMENT POLICY | RECOMMENDED READING | CHILD PROTECTION | CHILD WELFARE | CHILDREN | CULTURAL ISSUES | LEGISLATION | MĀORI | SOCIAL SERVICES | SOCIAL WORK | RANGAHAU MĀORI | TAMARIKI | TAITAMARIKI | TIKANGA TUKU IHO | TOKO I TE ORA | NEW ZEALANDOnline resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
Includes appendix
Summary: The terms of reference for the Committee were as follows: “The task of the Maori Perspective Advisory Committee is to advise the Minister of Social Welfare on the most appropriate means to achieve the goal of an approach which would meet the needs of Maori in policy, planning and service delivery in the Department of Social Welfare. The Advisory Committee, having regard to the needs of Maori and to the organisation, structure and functions of the Department of Social Welfare, is to: 1 Assess the current capability of the Department in relation to the declared goal; 2 Identify those aspects (including, for example, current practices in staffing, recruitment, staff training and development and public relations) which militate against attainment of the goal; 3 Propose a strategy for overcoming problems and deficiencies identified; and 4 Report with recommendations to the Minister of Social Welfare within 6 months from commencement of the task. Printed copies of the original 1988 report and appendix are also held for reference only. Record #5000
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Access online Access online Online Available ON16050006
Report Report TRO 305.8994 PUA Report Available FV16070003
Report Report TRO 305.8994 PUA Appendix Available FV16070004

First published September 1988. Reprinted March 2001

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Includes appendix

The terms of reference for the Committee were as follows:
“The task of the Maori Perspective Advisory Committee is to advise the Minister of Social Welfare on the most appropriate means to achieve the goal of an approach which would meet the needs of Maori in policy, planning and service delivery in the Department of Social Welfare. The Advisory Committee, having regard to the needs of Maori and to the organisation, structure and functions of the Department of Social Welfare, is to:
1 Assess the current capability of the Department in relation to the declared goal;
2 Identify those aspects (including, for example, current practices in staffing, recruitment, staff training and development and public relations) which militate against attainment of the goal;
3 Propose a strategy for overcoming problems and deficiencies
identified; and 4 Report with recommendations to the Minister of Social Welfare within 6 months from commencement of the task. Printed copies of the original 1988 report and appendix are also held for reference only. Record #5000