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Child and Youth Wellbeing Strategy 2019 Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet

Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Wellington, New Zealand : Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet, 2019Description: electronic document (92 pages) ; PDF file ; HTML and other formats available.Subject(s): ADOLESCENTS | CHILDREN | GOVERNMENT POLICY | MĀORI | SOCIAL POLICY | STRATEGY | WELLBEING | YOUNG PEOPLE | NEW ZEALANDOnline resources: Access the website | Infographic | Click here to access online | Te Reo Summary | Summary Summary: This strategy sets out a shared understanding of what children and young people need and want in order to be well, what government is and should be doing to support them, and how we must work together. The purpose of the Strategy is to: Set out a framework to improve child and youth wellbeing that can be used by anyone; Drive government policy in a unified and holistic way; Outline the policies the Government intends to implement; Harness public support and community action; Increase political and public sector accountability for improving wellbeing; and Improve wellbeing outcomes for Māori children and young people. (From the website). The strategy is available in a number of formats, and there are 13 page summaries in Te Reo Māori and English and an infographic Strategy on a page. Record #6388
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This strategy sets out a shared understanding of what children and young people need and want in order to be well, what government is and should be doing to support them, and how we must work together.

The purpose of the Strategy is to:

Set out a framework to improve child and youth wellbeing that can be used by anyone; Drive government policy in a unified and holistic way; Outline the policies the Government intends to implement; Harness public support and community action;
Increase political and public sector accountability for improving wellbeing; and Improve wellbeing outcomes for Māori children and young people. (From the website). The strategy is available in a number of formats, and there are 13 page summaries in Te Reo Māori and English and an infographic Strategy on a page. Record #6388

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