SAFETY OF SUBSEQUENT CHILDREN:
Māori children and whānau

A review of selected literature

Fiona Cram, PhD, Katoa Ltd
for the Families Commission―Kōmihana ā Whānau
Research Report No 2/12 January 2012
ISSN 1178-1289 (Online)
ISBN 978-0-478-36908-3 (Online)

 

Companion document: SAFETY OF SUBSEQUENT CHILDREN: International literature review

Contents

Acknowledgements

Whakarāpopotanga – Executive summary

Kupu Whakataki – Introduction

Mauri Ora – Cultural identity

Te Ōranga – Participation in society

Toiora – Healthy lifestyles

Te Mana Whakahaere – Service provision

Kupu Whakatepe – Conclusion

Bibliography

Appendix

List of tables

Abbreviations

CHILD

Child health indicators of life and development

CYF

Department of Child, Youth and Family Services

CYPFA

Children, Young Persons and their Families Agency

CYP Act

Children and Young Persons Act 1974

CYPF Act

Children, Young Persons, and their Families Act 1989

DSW

Department of Social Welfare

DVA

Domestic Violence Act 1995

ECD

Early childhood development

FACS

Family and community services

FASD

Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder

FGC

Family group conference

NGO

Non-government organisation

MSD

Ministry of Social Development

NZEI

New Zealand Educational Institute

UNDRIP

United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples

WARAG

Women Against Racism Action Group

WHO

World Health Organisation

 

Glossary

hapū

subtribe

iwi

tribe

kaupapa Māori

by Māori, for Māori, with Māori

maatua whāngai

foster parenting

Puao-Te-Ata-Tu

day break

rangatahi

young people

tamariki

children

tāne

men

wāhine

women

whakapakari whānau

support for, and strengthening of, Māori families

whakapapa

genealogy

whānau

Māori family

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