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Māori centred social work practice Amohia Boulton and Lynley Cvitanovic evidence brief

By: Boulton, Amohia.
Contributor(s): Cvitanovic, Lynley.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Wellington, New Zealand : Oranga Tamariki, Ministry for Children, 2021Description: electronic document (77 pages) ; PDF file.ISBN: 978-0- 9951370-5- .Subject(s): Oranga Tamariki, Ministry for Children | CHILD ABUSE | CHILD PROTECTION | CHILD WELFARE | CHILDREN | MĀORI | SOCIAL WORK PRACTIICE | TAMARIKI | TUKU I TE ORA | NEW ZEALANDOnline resources: Click here to access online | Access the website Summary: Oranga Tamariki leadership, through its Professional Practice Group (PPG), has committed to move frontline social work practice to a Māori centred approach. The purpose of the evidence brief is to inform the development of a Māori centred approach to social work practice, using a mana enhancing paradigm. This evidence brief looks at the following research questions: - How does Māori centred theory and practice fit with other approaches? - What are the origins of a Māori centred approach and how has it further developed? - What are the core components of a Māori centred approach? - What are the origins of mana-enhancing practice and how s it further developed? - What are the defining characteristics of mana-enhancing practice and who is it relevant for? - How is mana-enhancing practice being implemented? - What enablers support a shift from a Western to a Māori centred position? (From the website). Record #7056
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Published March 2021

Oranga Tamariki leadership, through its Professional Practice Group (PPG), has committed to move frontline social work practice to a Māori centred approach. The purpose of the evidence brief is to inform the development of a Māori centred approach to social work practice, using a mana enhancing paradigm.

This evidence brief looks at the following research questions:


- How does Māori centred theory and practice fit with other approaches?
- What are the origins of a Māori centred approach and how has it further developed?
- What are the core components of a Māori centred approach?
- What are the origins of mana-enhancing practice and how s it further developed?
- What are the defining characteristics of mana-enhancing practice and who is it relevant for?
- How is mana-enhancing practice being implemented?
- What enablers support a shift from a Western to a Māori centred position? (From the website). Record #7056

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