Guidance on how FGCs can best be run with a combination of in-person and virtual participation in the context of COVID-19.
Budget 2020 directly helps those in our communities who keep rangatahi and tamariki safe and cared for.
Budget 2020 is investing additional funding to ensure caregivers have the support they need to care for children and young people during the pandemic recovery.
This report evaluates a pilot programme aimed at breaking the intergenerational cycle of offending for young people and improving family wellbeing.
This research was undertaken to better understand how the Strengthening Families programme operates across the country.
Oranga Tamariki Chief Social Worker Grant Bennett discusses how our practice has evolved as a result of COVID-19.
The Evidence Centre undertook a process evaluation earlier in 2020 to understand the delivery and implementation of the Family Start programme.
This research was conducted to better understand what benefits tamariki and their whānau receive from the SWiS service.
This report explores the youth justice system, presenting insights around youth crime, rates of reoffending and the relationship between care and youth justice.
This evidence brief was written to understand the low level of attendance by victims in youth justice processes and what might improve victim participation.
Oranga Tamariki is responding to the voices of victims of offending, with a reinvigorated focus on supporting engagement and participation.
It's that special time of year when we celebrate the incredible achievements of care experienced young people.
Today we release the findings of a practice review into events at Hastings Hospital in May.
The results of a survey about families with children with disabilities who participate in the Family Start programme.
Oranga Tamariki undertook a quantitative survey among the population of around 4,000 caregivers who provide care to children.
Up-to-date evidence about effective support for teenage parents and their whanau, as well as protective factors and risks of poor outcomes.