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Government Launches Child Wellbeing Strategy

August 30, 2019 at 2:37 PM

From the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet

The Prime Minister and Minister for Children launched the Child and Youth Wellbeing Strategy at Kaitao School in Rotorua. The Strategy’s vision is for New Zealand to be the best place in the world for children and young people. The Strategy provides a shared understanding of what children and young people want and need to live a good life.

The Strategy was developed with the help of over 10,000 New Zealanders, including 6,000 children and young people.

Click here to see the Strategy in a range of formats

Click here to see the Framework

Click here to see the Current Programme of Action

Category: Children