Young people who have experienced state care were among those leading the official launch of the Ministry for Vulnerable Children, Oranga Tamariki in Wellington
A review has been commissioned to find out more about issues with collecting individual client level data.
The Government has announced refreshed Better Public Services targets, to further improve the lives of New Zealanders.
KickStart breakfast clubs in more than 900 schools around the country are delivering much more than just a meal, say the schools and volunteers involved.
A critical part of our transformation begins as we talk with a wide range of people who will help make significant changes to our social work practice.
Recent research has highlighted the positive impact of the Family Start programme for different groups of children.
A family of siblings have found a stable and loving home with their wider whānau thanks to a great joint effort by iwi and Ministry staff.
Do adults know what’s best for children, especially when they won’t be the consumers of whatever decision is made?
16-18 year-olds in care get inspired about what their future career could be and learn how to prepare to make it a reality.
Our chief executive Gráinne Moss talks about our work and what the focus will be as the new service evolves.
The Ministry for Vulnerable Children, Oranga Tamariki welcomes the report of the Children’s Commissioner assessing the state of care in secure residences.
Release of an independent review into potential privacy breach.
We share the same goals as the Children’s Commissioner in his recent State of Care Report.
$434.1 million in funding over five years to support vulnerable children and young people.