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Independent Children’s Monitor holding regional hui

January 31, 2020 at 1:49 PM

From the NZFVC

The new Independent Children’s Monitor is organising hui around the country between January and March 2020.

The information sheet states:

"The purpose of the hui is to introduce the Independent Children’s Monitor, share decisions already taken and work completed so far and to understand how those who work in the sector and those who come into the contact with the Oranga Tamariki system would like to engage in this mahi in the future. This includes an overview from the agencies involved in this work (the Independent Children’s Monitor, the Office of the Children’s Commissioner and the Office of the Ombudsman). There will be opportunities for you to ask questions and share your thoughts."

It states:

"While anyone is welcome to attend, the people that will benefit the most from coming along are government agencies, children’s professionals, local Iwi and providers. Part of our broader engagement plan is to arrange future engagement with caregivers, providers, tamariki, rangatahi and whānau for a later date in 2020."

The hui start on 22 January in Invercargill and continue through March at 18 different locations. See the Independent Children’s Monitor website for a full list of dates and locations and to register to attend.

Click here for more information



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