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E ngā mana, e ngā reo, e ngā iwi, tena tātou katoa Hāhā-uri, hāhā-tea – Māori Involvement in State Care 1950-1999 The Royal Commission has received new research that shows racism across government organisations was responsible for the over-representation of Māori in State care.
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Newsletters
Tupuna whare Tumutumuwhenua, Ōrākei Marae, where the Māori hearing will take place in March 2022.
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Newsletters
We apologise for the low quality of audio in some parts of this recording.
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The Inquiry is investigating the abuse of children, young persons and vulnerable adults in State care and in ​the care of faith-based institutions.
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Procedural Minute
This report updates the high-level activity and performance expectations of the Royal Commission into Historical Abuse in State Care and in the Care of Faith-based Institutions (the Inquiry) for the 2020/2021 year for the quarter ended 30 June 2021.
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In July 2021, the Hon.
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Talanoa panels Talanoa is a concept recognised in many Pacific island nations including Niue, Tonga, Fiji, Samoa, Solomon Islands, Hawai’i and the Cook Islands.
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Associate Professor Hon.
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Fa’amoana Luafutu came to New Zealand from Samoa when he was 8 years old.
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So far, nearly 2,200 survivors have shared their experience. Join them. Ā mohoa nei, neke atu i te 2,200 purapura ora kua kōrero mai i ō rātou haerenga. Hono mai.

We cannot make any findings, reach conclusions or make recommendations without hearing the voices of those who have the lived experience of state or faith-based care.

Share your experience Kōrerotia mai tō wheako