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Govt Policy Statement On Health A Positive Step Toward Addressing Disproportionate Impact Of Alcohol Harm To Maaori

Wednesday, 3 July 2024, 1:56 pm | Kookiri ki Taamakimakaurau Trust

“We know that implementing by Maaori, for Maaori solutions are the best way to address the disproportionate impact of alcohol and other harms to Maaori health outcomes” Raawiri says. More >>

Rate Of Alcohol Levy Irrelevant If Harm Reduction Programmes Aren’t Delivering Results

Wednesday, 26 June 2024, 9:33 am | Kookiri ki Taamakimakaurau Trust

Kaiaarahi of Kookiri ki Taamakimakaurau Trust and WAI2624 lead claimant Raawiri Ratuu says the debate over the size of the levy does nothing to address the problem at hand: the burgeoning size of alcohol harm in this country. More >>

More Money For Police Not The Answer To Preventing Alcohol Harm

Tuesday, 4 June 2024, 1:17 pm | Kookiri ki Taamakimakaurau Trust

While a lack of resources to address alcohol harm was a key feature of the article, the Trust contends that giving police more money to deal with alcohol harm is a bottom of the cliff response. More >>

Milestone Announcement For Those Living With FASD

Saturday, 27 April 2024, 2:38 pm | Kookiri ki Taamakimakaurau Trust

The decision to publish new FASD clinical diagnostic guidelines, specifically tailored for New Zealand communities, is an especially important move that will give impacted whaanau greater access to the support they need. More >>

Significant Boost To Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder Support For Maaori Welcomed

Tuesday, 12 September 2023, 1:21 pm | Kookiri ki Taamakimakaurau Trust

Kaiaarahi of Kookiri ki Taamakimakaurau Trust and WAI 2624 lead Claimant, Raawiri Ratuu, has welcomed the $1.4 million investment from Te Aka Whai Ora | the Maaori Health Authority to increase support for whaanau affected by Fetal Alcohol Spectrum ... More >>

Greater Community Voice In Alcohol Regulation Applauded By Treaty Claimant

Friday, 25 August 2023, 1:13 pm | Kookiri ki Taamakimakaurau Trust

Raawiri Ratuu, Treaty Claimant and Kaiaarahi of Kookiri ki Taamakimakaurau Trust, has applauded the passing of the Sale and Supply of Alcohol (Community Participation) Amendment Bill earlier this week. “The changes made to the Act are a step in the ... More >>

Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder Finally Put On The Map

Thursday, 8 June 2023, 2:14 pm | Kookiri ki Taamakimakaurau Trust

Kaiaarahi of Kookiri ki Taamakimakaurau Trust, Raawiri Ratuu, has welcomed a commitment by the government to improve the way New Zealanders impacted by Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) are able to access support, with the establishment of the FASD Advisory ... More >>

Is The Crown Failing Māori On Alcohol?

Thursday, 10 March 2022, 11:17 am | Kookiri ki Taamakimakaurau Trust

The Waitangi Tribunal will be asked to consider whether the Crown is failing Māori on alcohol, as part of the evidence into WAI 2624 being heard next week. Lead claimant, Raawiri (David) Ratuu, submits that successive Governments have avoided responsibility ... More >>

Can HNAs Cast Light On New Zealand's Waipīro Blindspot?

Monday, 13 December 2021, 1:30 pm | Kookiri ki Taamakimakaurau Trust

The 2020 Health and Disability Systems Review report showed that District Health Boards (DHBs) have failed to meet the health needs of vulnerable communities. The Review emphasised the need for Health Needs Assessments (HNAs) in order to improve ... More >>

Formal Acknowledgement Of FASD Failings One Step Closer

Thursday, 2 December 2021, 9:18 am | Kookiri ki Taamakimakaurau Trust

An updated statement of response from the Crown regarding WAI 2624, which is part of the Health Services and Outcomes Kaupapa Inquiry (WAI 2575) and the Justice System Kaupapa Inquiry (WAI 3060), admits there is no New Zealand specific data on the prevalence ... More >>

 
 
 
 
 

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