The profile of Pacific peoples in New Zealand Pasefika Proud
By: Pasefika Proud.Material type: BookPublisher: Wellington, New Zealand : Pasefika Proud, Ministry of Social Development, 2016Description: electronic document (32 pages).ISBN: 978-0-9941414-1-5 (online).Subject(s): CRIME | FAMILY VIOLENCE | CHILD ABUSE | HOUSING | New Zealand. Child, Youth and Family | CHILDREN | DEMOGRAPHICS | DOMESTIC VIOLENCE | EDUCATION | EMPLOYMENT | HEALTH | PACIFIC PEOPLES | PASIFIKA | SOCIAL SERVICES | STATISTICS | YOUNG PEOPLE | NEW ZEALANDOnline resources: Click here to access online
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Pacific peoples in New Zealand - Understanding who we are -- Pacific peoples' participation in employment, income benefit receipt and housing -- Pacific peoples' health -- Pacific peoples in education -- Pacific people and family violence -- Pacific peoples' experiences of crime and the justice system -- Pacific peoples' experiences of Child, Youth and Family -- Characteristics of Pacific children at greater risk of poor outcomes as adults -- Our future -- References and data sources.
Pacific peoples are a diverse population made up of cultures from many different Pacific Islands. Samoan, Cook Islands Māori, Tongan, Niuean, Fijian, Tokelauan, Tuvaluan and Kiribati
comprise the eight main Pacific ethnic groups in New Zealand. For the purposes of comparing high level ethnic groups in New Zealand they are referred to collectively as ‘Pacific peoples’. This publication provides a snapshot of data, presented with infographics of the socio-demographic characteristics of Pacific peoples in New Zealand, including a focus on family violence and experiences with Child, Youth and Family. Record #5168