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Hearing the child's voice in family mediation

Contributor(s): Social Service Providers Aotearoa.
Material type: materialTypeLabelArticleSeries: Kia Mauri Ora.Publisher: SSPA, 2021Subject(s): Family Works | CHILDREN'S RIGHTS | CHILDREN'S VOICES | FAMILY LAW | MEDIATION | SEPARATION | SUPPORT SERVICES | Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCROC) | NEW ZEALANDOnline resources: Request from the publisher In: Kia Mauri Ora, March 2021, issue 5: 18-19Summary: Family Works identified a growing desire for the child voice to be heard in mediation. In 2017 Family Works began their Te Reo Tamariki (Children's Voice) work. Record #7023
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Kia Mauri Ora, March 2021, issue 5: 18-19

Family Works identified a growing desire for the child voice to be heard in mediation. In 2017 Family Works began their Te Reo Tamariki (Children's Voice) work. Record #7023