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What Makes a Good Life?

March 01, 2019 at 1:32 PM

From Oranga Tamariki

‘What makes a good life?’, a report from the Office of the Children’s Commissioner and Oranga Tamariki drawing together the voices of more than 6000 children and young people, has identified a clear vision of what wellbeing means for children growing up in Aotearoa New Zealand.

The report found that most children and young people are enjoying many elements of wellbeing right now.

But up to a third indicated they are facing challenges in some aspects of their life, and one in ten face multiple challenges. Those challenges include racism, discrimination, bullying, poverty, violence and drugs. 

Click here to read more and to download the report

Category: Reports