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What's working for Māori : a Kaupapa Māori perspective on the responsiveness of the Integrated Safety Response to Māori. Synthesis evaluation report Nan Wehipeihana

By: Wehipeihana, Nan.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Wellington, New Zealand : Joint Venture Business Unit, 2019Description: electronic document (63 pages) ; PDF file ; 1.7 MB.Subject(s): FAMILY VIOLENCE | TŪKINOTANGA Ā-WHĀNAU | DOMESTIC VIOLENCE | EVALUATION | FVIARS | Integrated Safety Response | INTERAGENCY COLLABORATION | INTERVENTION | INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE | MĀORI | PERPETRATORS | SOCIAL SERVICES | SUPPORT SERVICES | VICTIMS OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE | TOKO I TE ORA | WHĀNAU | NEW ZEALAND | CHRISTCHURCH | WAIKATOOnline resources: Click here to access online | Snapshot - Kaupapa Māori report | Access the website Summary: The aim of this evaluation is to assess the responsiveness of the ISR model to Māori, and assess how well whānau-centred approaches are integrated within ISR. This report synthesises the findings from two independent Kaupapa Māori evaluations completed in Christchurch and Waikato in 2018. The evaluators interviewed whānau, Kaupapa Māori partners, providers, iwi, the ISR governance and core teams, and community stakeholders in each of the two pilot sites. It also draws on data from the 2017 ISR final evaluation report (#5536). Key evaluation question 1. How responsive is ISR to whānau? Key evaluation question 2. How well and in what way are whānau-centred approaches integrated within ISR? Key evaluation question 3. How responsive is ISR to Kaupapa Māori partners? Key evaluation question 4. What changes are suggested to improve the responsiveness of ISR to Māori? (From the Executive summary). A 4-page Snapshot is also available. Access the website for the full evaluation report (#6409), and more information. Record #6410
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The aim of this evaluation is to assess the responsiveness of the ISR model to Māori, and assess how well whānau-centred approaches are integrated within ISR. This report synthesises the findings from two independent Kaupapa Māori evaluations completed in Christchurch and Waikato in 2018. The evaluators interviewed whānau, Kaupapa Māori partners, providers, iwi, the ISR governance and core teams, and community stakeholders in each of the two pilot sites. It also draws on data from the 2017 ISR final evaluation report (#5536).

Key evaluation question 1. How responsive is ISR to whānau?

Key evaluation question 2. How well and in what way are whānau-centred approaches integrated within ISR?

Key evaluation question 3. How responsive is ISR to Kaupapa Māori partners?

Key evaluation question 4. What changes are suggested to improve the responsiveness of ISR to Māori? (From the Executive summary).

A 4-page Snapshot is also available. Access the website for the full evaluation report (#6409), and more information.
Record #6410

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