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    Nurses organisation 'concerned' by midwife's poverty, incest post

    An ex-midwife who wrote a viral Facebook post detailing the horrendous conditions she came across while working with families in South Auckland has received support from the New Zealand Nurses Organisation (NZNO).

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    Coroner's inquiry into death of baby Moko continues

    During the second day of the coroner’s inquiry into the death of 3-year-old Moko Rangitoheriri, Māori Women's Refuge worker Trina Marama has reiterated that she knew nothing about the abuse inflicted on the toddler prior to his death.

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    "I will continue to better myself for my children"- Nicola Dally-Paki

    The coronial inquest into the death of 3-year-old Moko Rangitoheriri, who died 10th August 2015, is underway in Rotorua. Mother Nicola Dally-Paki was one of several witnesses who gave evidence.

  4. Video for A film about child abuse, culture, media reporting and shame
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    A film about child abuse, culture, media reporting and shame

    For the first time ever, eight female Māori directors have collaborated to birth Waru, a feature film screening at the New Zealand International Film Festival. A sequence of single-take vignettes, the 80-minute film explores the complexity of child abuse and themes of culture, custom and shame.

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    Abuse survivors call for public apology from State

    New Zealanders who were abused as children while in state care presented an open letter and petition to Parliament today calling for a public inquiry and apology. Over 100,000 children were placed in state care during the 1950s and 1960s where many suffered sexual, physical and psychological abuse. 

  6. Video for Child advocacy group wants harsher penalties on child abusers
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    Child advocacy group wants harsher penalties on child abusers

    The Child Abuse Prevention and Awareness (CAPA) community group is calling for harsher penalties on child abusers. The call was made at a march in Taupō, to raise awareness and prevent child abuse.

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    Independent review highlights shortfalls in child protection reforms

    An independent review of the Government’s direction on child protection services has raised fundamental concerns that the study author, Otago University’s Dr Emily Keddell, says need addressing.

  8. Video for Native Affairs - An allegation of abuse
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    Native Affairs- An allegation of abuse

    A former social worker claims children in state care were placed with a known paedophile.

  9. Video for Native Affairs - Hush money claim
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    Native Affairs- Hush money claim

    A former state ward is accusing the Government of paying out hush money not compensation to children historically abused in state care.

  10. Video for Native Affairs - A voyce of reason
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    Native Affairs- A voyce of reason

    Tupua Urlich is a co-founder of Voyce Whakarongo Mai, New Zealand's first advocacy service for children in state care. But the advocate is refusing to be silent about the problems inside the care system.  

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