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What should be changed to support young people? : The voices of young people involved with Oranga Tamariki Terry (Theresa) Fleming, O. Neems, Tatyana King-Finau, B. Kuresa, Dan Archer and Terryann Clark

By: Fleming, Theresa.
Contributor(s): Neems, O | King-Finau, Tatyana | Kuresa, B | Archer, Dan | Clark. Terryann C | The Youth19 Research Group, The University of Auckland and Victoria University of Wellington.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Youth2000 survey series.Publisher: The Youth19 Research Group, The University of Auckland and Victoria University of Wellington, 2021Description: electronic document (28 pages) ; PDF file: 703 KB.ISBN: 978-0-473-60637-4.Subject(s): Oranga Tamariki, Ministry for Children | ADOLESCENTS | ASIAN PEOPLES | CHILDREN | CHILDREN'S VOICES | HOUSING | MĀORI | PACIFIC PEOPLES | PASIFIKA | SCHOOLS | SOCIAL SERVICES | STATISTICS | SURVEYS | YOUNG PEOPLE | TAIOHI | TAMARIKI | TAITAMARIKI | TATAURANGA | TOKO I TE ORA | YOUTH19 | YOUTH2000 | NEW ZEALANDOnline resources: Download report, PDF, 703 KB | Read Oranga Tamariki summary | Access the Youth19 website | Publications from previous Youth2000 surveys In: Youth2000 survey seriesSummary: This report presents the responses of Youth19 participants who were involved with Oranga Tamariki at the time of the survey and answered one or more of six open-text survey questions. Although there were differences in young people’s responses to the various question areas, there are overarching themes across all areas. These were: A powerful call for connection, togetherness, and love - especially with family; Wanting safety at home and school; The need to have a say and be treated fairly in living arrangements and at school; Needs for basic material resources: warmth and housing; Wanting to help others and to have help when things go wrong. Youth19 is a comprehensive adolescent health and wellbeing survey completed with 7,721 Year 9-13 students in schools and kura kaupapa Māori in the Auckland, Te Tai Tokerau and Waikato education districts in 2019. Approximately 9% of Youth19 participants have ever been involved with Oranga Tamariki and approximately 2% were currently involved with Oranga Tamariki at the time of the survey. (From the report). Record #7524
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Youth2000 survey series

This report presents the responses of Youth19 participants who were involved with Oranga Tamariki at the time of the survey and answered one or more of six open-text survey questions. Although there were differences in young people’s responses to the various question areas, there are overarching themes across all areas. These were:

A powerful call for connection, togetherness, and love - especially with family;

Wanting safety at home and school;

The need to have a say and be treated fairly in living arrangements and at school;
Needs for basic material resources: warmth and housing;
Wanting to help others and to have help when things go wrong.


Youth19 is a comprehensive adolescent health and wellbeing survey completed with 7,721 Year 9-13 students in schools and kura kaupapa Māori in the Auckland, Te Tai Tokerau and Waikato education districts in 2019.

Approximately 9% of Youth19 participants have ever been involved with Oranga Tamariki and approximately 2% were currently involved with Oranga Tamariki at the time of the survey. (From the report). Record #7524

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