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  1. Video for Iwi Chairs call communities to speak out about child abuse
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    Iwi Chairs call communities to speak out about child abuse

    Iwi Chairs are calling on communities to pull together, speak out and address child abuse. The call is in relation to The Children, Young Persons, and Their Families (Oranga Tamariki) Legislation.

  2. Video for Native Affairs – The Nark
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    Native Affairs – The Nark

    NARK, or the Nation of Advocates for the Rights of Kids, is an organisation Cherie Kurarangi Sweeney started after her neighbour Serenity Jay Scott was murdered.

  3. Video for Cherie Sweeney's fight for life
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    Cherie Sweeney's fight for life

    Cherie Sweeney fights for the rights of children. Now Cherie's fighting for her own life.

  4. Video for 14 years of abuse under state care, fuelling the fire to fight back
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    14 years of abuse under state care, fuelling the fire to fight back

    Abuse of many children under state care is an issue that spans several decades. More than 100,000 of them were placed into state institutions between the 1950s and 1990s.

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    NZ Nurses Organisation Kaiwhakahaere supports ‘Oranga Tamariki’ name

    Kerri Nuku, the Kaiwhakahaere of the New Zealand Nurses Organisation (NZNO) says she will be choosing to use the Māori name ‘Oranga Tamariki’ for the newly named government agency the ‘Ministry for Vulnerable Children’. 

  6. Video for Iwi leaders sign covenant to protect NZ children
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    Iwi leaders sign covenant to protect NZ children

    Iwi leaders have signed a covenant promising to protect the nation's children. The covenant was written by Judge Carolyn Henwood and commits to protecting children from violence, abuse, neglect and to provide a proper standard of living. 

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    Iwi Leaders stand against child abuse

    Iwi leaders will this morning sign a covenant promising to protect the nation’s children.

  8. Video for Native Affairs – Breaking the cycle
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    Native Affairs – Breaking the cycle

    There are many successful blended families in New Zealand including step-mums and step-dads, but what happens when a mum allows the wrong man into her home and children's lives? Tonight two women do some tough talking about keeping whānau safe.

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    Give Iwi access to CYF database- Curtis

    Sir Toby Curtis is calling on iwi to stand up and take responsibility to stop child abuse in our communities. This follows the sentencing of those responsible for his death of three-year-old boy Moko Rangitoheriri in Taupō last year.

  10. Video for Child abuse laws need to be revisited - Quince
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    Child abuse laws need to be revisited- Quince

    A criminal law expert says the Crown's justification for accepting a manslaughter plea bargain in the case of Moko Rangitoheriri is a "cop-out". Khylee Quince says although the length of the defendants' sentence is appropriate the only difference in this murder vs manslaughter debate is the label.

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