This page allows you to search the Programme of Action items by outcome, lead agency or current status (ongoing - still underway; embedded - delivery has now been embedded into agency's operational activity or work programme; completed - fully implemented or rolled out). There is also a full list of action items available.

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Outcome:
Involved and empowered

From 1 July 2019, 17-year-olds were included in the youth justice system in most circumstances. Alongside this, there are planned changes to the way young people are detained in custody.

Outcome:
Involved and empowered

The Youth Plan was developed in consultation with over 1,200 rangatahi, and approximately 90 youth sector representatives, and launched in Late July 2020.

Outcome:
Involved and empowered

Whataboutme?

Outcome:
Involved and empowered

The Youth Voice Project focuses on increasing youth voice and youth representation across government.

Outcome:
Involved and empowered

The Ministry for Pacific Peoples (MPP) is piloting the establishment of a Youth Advisory Group made up of six Pacific young people from across New Zealand to support and advise MPP in achieving Goa

Outcome:
Involved and empowered

Several measures are being adopted to increase youth voice in decision-making. These include:

Outcome:
Involved and empowered

Government is strengthening independent oversight of the children's system. It is also strengthening the system and children’s issues in three core areas:

Outcome:
Involved and empowered

The Child Impact Assessment Tool was finalised in 2018 as part of the cross-agency work programme to progressively implement the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (the Children’s

Outcome:
Involved and empowered

As part of its work programme to implement the Convention on the Rights of the Child, Government has committed to develop training for public servants on children's rights and the Convention.

Outcome:
Involved and empowered

Paiheretia te Muka Tāngata - Uniting the Threads of Whānau, is a kaupapa that draws on the strengths of the Whānau Ora approach to support young Māori (under 30 years old) who are in the Correction

Outcome:
Involved and empowered

This initiative, funded through Budget 2019, aims to increase child wellbeing through increased service capacity to meet demand for prevention, education, early intervention, assessment and treatme

Outcome:
Accepted, respected, and connected

Government released Maihi Karauna - the Crown's Strategy for Māori Language Revitalisation 2019-2023 in August 2018.