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Actions for 'Outcome: Accepted, respected and connected'

Ngā mahi mā 'Hua: Kia kauawhitia, kia whakautehia, kia tūhonotia'

We want to build cultural competency into the design and delivery of services, and promote a society where all children and young people feel accepted and included.

Action focus areas

Address racism and discrimination

  • Government work programme to address racism and discrimination
  • Restart Te Kotahitanga: supporting equitable outcomes for Māori learners

Increase a sense of belonging and cultural connection

  • Implement Maihi Karauna - the Crown’s Strategy for Māori Language Revitalisation
  • Te Ahu o Te Reo Māori
  • Action Plan for Pacific Aotearoa Lalanga Fou
  • Funding to support Pacific realm languages
  • Implement initiatives under section 7AA of the Oranga Tamariki Act 1989

Encourage positive and respectful peer relationships

  • Initiatives to prevent and respond to bullying in schools
  • Expand healthy relationship programmes in secondary schools

Find out more detail about these actions

Indicators for 'Outcome: Accepted, respected and connected'

Indicators are used to measure progress on outcomes - for this outcome, the indicators are:

  • Ability to be themselves
  • Sense of belonging
  • Experience of discrimination
  • Experience of bullying
  • Social support
  • Support for cultural identity
  • Languages

You can learn more about these measures on the Indicators page.

Last updated: 
Thursday, 29 August 2019