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  1. Video for Empty nest - a mother's struggle to reunite with her uplifted tamariki
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    Empty nest- a mother's struggle to reunite with her uplifted tamariki

    Two years ago Māori Television did a story about a woman we called “Mary” who’d had three of her children removed from her in 2016 by Oranga Tamariki.  She later had a one-day-old baby removed from her at a provincial hospital by social workers and police. The battle to regain custody continues today.

  2. Video for Save Our Tamariki, Save our Future campaign hits Gisborne streets
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    Save Our Tamariki, Save our Future campaign hits Gisborne streets

    'Save our Tamariki, Save our Future' is a national campaign protesting against the child uplift practices of Oranga Tamariki.  Spokesperson for the Gisborne branch, Tuta Ngarimu says the aim to prevent traumatic child uplifting incidents taking place at all. 

  3. Video for Māori midwife says the uplifting of tamariki needs to stop
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    Māori midwife says the uplifting of tamariki needs to stop

    CEO of Māori Midwives Aotearoa, Jean Te Huia says Māori women are being dehumanised as mothers by colonisation.  Backed by Ngāti Kahungunu, Te Huia has started the "Not One More Baby to be Taken" facebook page to gather the stories of those who have been affected by the uplifting of children.

  4. Video for ActionStation report long overdue for one victim
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    ActionStation report long overdue for one victim

    "I came into the Women's Refuge with two black eyes, a broken nose."  The lack of support for Māori victims of sexual violence following an initial attack has been highlighted in a new report released by ActionStation today.  

  5. Video for Adoptee seeks justice for displaced tamariki
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    Adoptee seeks justice for displaced tamariki

    Wai 2575 claimant, Bev Wiltshire-Reweti is reaching out to other Māori who were taken from their whānau as children under the 1955 Adoption Act.  Wiltshire-Reweti claims Crown policies and practices failed in their care of Māori children and are in breach of the Treaty.

  6. Video for Baby boy’s serious injuries not accidental, says police
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    Baby boy’s serious injuries not accidental, says police

    Police investigating an incident where a three-month-old baby was seriously hurt say the injuries were not the result of an accident.

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    Children's Commissioner recommends change to State care system

    The Children's Commissioner Judge Andrew Becroft has released his report today recommending major changes to the current state care system. Māori numbers within State care is significant and he says creating a stronger relationship with iwi and whānau is the best way forward.  

  8. Video for Awanui Black's brother speaks out against pedophilia allegations
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    Awanui Black's brother speaks out against pedophilia allegations

    A family member of Awanui Black has spoken out against allegations claiming he was involved in child sex abuse and a pedophilia ring. The claims were made by Awanui’s former wife Ani Black, almost two years after his death, which have not yet been proven, nor has any witnesses supported her claims.

  9. Video for Māori women leaders support for whānau affected by Awanui Black accusations
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    Māori women leaders support for whānau affected by Awanui Black accusations

    Māori women leaders have come out in support of communities and families affected by accusations against the late Awanuiarangi Black.  Māori women leaders gathered in Auckland today for the FOMA Māori Women's Leadership Summit.

  10. Video for "Safe to talk will support anyone affected by sexual harm" -Minister
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    "Safe to talk will support anyone affected by sexual harm"-Minister

    A new helpline is now available for victims of sexual harm.  "Safe to talk - He pai ki te kōrero" provides nationwide 24/7 access to free confidential information and support to people affected by sexual harm in any way.

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