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Protective Factors For Children - video transcript

Speaker: Matt WalshThank you, Paula.  Really happy to be here today to talk about what we've been working on for the last two years.  Also very fortunate that we were even able to have funding from the Growing Up in New Zealand data to do secondary data analysis, so we haven't collected any of this data but since it's available and there's funds, luckily from here in MSD, to look at the data.  I'm very happy to bring that up.  Let's see how we switch -- I can stay on this...

Supporting Young People in Aotearoa - video transcript

Speaker: Shae RonaldTena koutou katoa.  (20 seconds of Māori spoken)So lovely, such a warm welcome here this morning.  Thank you for having me, and it's so nice to see some familiar faces in the room so thank you for coming along, it means a lot.  I am very privileged to be the CEO at Youthline and I just wondered how many people have had some involvement with Youthline, if you could put your hands up?  A few in the room, okay.  So we've been going for 50 years next year...

Core worker exemptions

The workforce restriction The Children's Act 2014 introduces a workforce restriction, which means it's unlawful to employ a core children’s worker with certain serious criminal offences unless they hold a core worker exemption. The offences which trigger the workforce restriction generally involve child victims, or are of a sexual or violent nature. These are outlined in schedule 2 of the act.Children's Act sche...

National Care Standards

The National Care Standards set out the standard of care every child and young person needs to do well and be well, and the support all caregivers can expect to receive when they open their hearts and homes to tamariki. They came into effect on 1 July 2019. The Care Standards include a child-friendly Statement of Rights to ensure every child and young person in care understands what they’re entitled to an...