Presenter material

Amee Nicholson & Davinia Abbott: Transition Services in New Zealand- What works in practice

Anne Smith: Children’s rights to quality early childhood education

Carol Hamilton: Sexuality, Vulnerability and young ID people in New Zealand

Charlotte Robertson:  Crime: what are the costs for children of prisoners?

Claire Troon: Parenting in the Context of Domestic Violence: Initial Findings

Deborah Yates: Examining and re-designing our whole-of-community response to children traumitised by family violence

Dorothy Howie: The voice of the vulnerable child in our (1)

Jenny Ritchie: Ngā tikanga a ngā mokopuna- Crises in early childhood education policy in Aotearoa

Liz Gordon: The Silent Victims-The Impact of Parental Imprisonment on Children

Margaret Stuart, Sarah Te One & Jayne White: Glocal interpretations of crisis

Melanie Wong: “Don’t ignore me! I am normal, but just not typical.” Gifted children in early childhood education in Aotearoa New Zealand

Nicola Atwool:  Making a Difference for Children

Nicola Atwool: The Transition from State NGO Care to Adulthood

Nikki Hill: Child Protection Policy- A Collaborative Approach

Rhema Vaithianathan: Vulnerable Children

Rogena Sterling: Gender variance-From Ostracism to Recognition

Roisin Bennett: A Political Ecology of Alternative Education Units: Institutes of Educational Equity or Holding Cells for Problematic Students?

Sarah Ashton: The Rights of Children and Young People in State Care

Sue Peacock: Being stood down from school is a cry for help

Susanne Llopis:  ‘Can you hear me?’ How an holistic approach incorporates the voice of children who have a disability and/or mental health issue and are exposed to poverty and abuse.

Vivienne Zhang, Nesta Devine: Personal biographies and evolving institutions in New Zealand society

Papers

Sarah Ashton: The Rights of Children and Young People in State Care

Jonathan Boston: Child Poverty in New Zealand- Why it matters and how it can be reduced

Dorothy Howie: The voice of the vulnerable child in our New Zealand education legislation – Rights and skills.

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