Children's Commissioner Act 2003

Children's CommissionerChildren's Commissioner (New Zealand)Children’s CommissionChildren’s CommissionerCommissioner for ChildrenNew Zealand Children's Commissioner
The Children's Commissioner Act 2003 (Public Act no 121 2003) is an Act of the Parliament of New Zealand.wikipedia
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Autopsy images of Ngatikaura Ngati

Holders of the office have been of differing opinions on the controversy over the autopsy images of Ngatikaura Ngati.
The deliberate judicial release of official autopsy photographs after the trial of his killers, for the subsequent distribution of those images on the Internet and for the subsequent debate about the images among government figures, including three successive Children's Commissioners caused controversy that was the result of the tension between the desire for privacy and respect for victims of family violence and the need for publicity to motivate changes in public attitudes to family violence.

Convention on the Rights of the Child

United Nations Convention on the Rights of the ChildUN Convention on the Rights of the ChildCRC
It reformed the office of the Children's Commissioner and implemented the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child, which is attached as schedule three of the act.
The Children's Commissioner Act 2003 enhanced the office of Children's Commissioner, giving it significantly stronger investigative powers.

Children's ombudsman

Children's CommissionerOmbudsman for ChildrenOffice of the Children's Commissioner
The Children's Commissioner, an office equivalent to that known in other countries as the Children's Ombudsman, conducts investigations as to whether the rights or welfare of a child or children have been prejudiced.
The Office of the Children's Commissioner (Manaakitia A Tatou Tamariki) was founded under the Children, Young Persons, and Their Families Act 1989, and the Children's Commissioner Act 2003 reformed the institution while bringing into domestic law the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child.

Oranga Tamariki Act 1989

Children, Young Persons, and Their Families Act 1989
Before the act, Children's Commissioners were established under the Children, Young Persons, and Their Families Act 1989.
The act was modified by the Children's Commissioner Act 2003, which implemented the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child, mainly by increasing the role of the Children's Commissioner (New Zealand).

Youth justice in New Zealand

Youth CourtYouth Court of New Zealand
In 2001, he became the Principal Judge of the Youth Court of New Zealand.

Hastings

Hastings, East SussexHastings Borough CouncilHastings, England
Russell Wills is a Hastings-based paediatrician who was Head of Paediatrics at Hawke's Bay District Health Board before his appointment.

Pediatrics

pediatricianpediatricpaediatrics
Russell Wills is a Hastings-based paediatrician who was Head of Paediatrics at Hawke's Bay District Health Board before his appointment.

Hawke's Bay Region

Hawke's BayHawkes BayHawke’s Bay
Russell Wills is a Hastings-based paediatrician who was Head of Paediatrics at Hawke's Bay District Health Board before his appointment.

District health board

District Health BoardsWhanganui District Health BoardDHB
Russell Wills is a Hastings-based paediatrician who was Head of Paediatrics at Hawke's Bay District Health Board before his appointment.

Ngāpuhi

Ngā PuhiNgapuhiNga Puhi
Cynthia Kiro (Ngapuhi, Ngati Kahu, Ngati Hine) is an Associate Professor at Massey University in Te Mata o Te Tau an interdisciplinary and intersectoral Māori Academy.

Ngāti Kahu

Ngati KahuNgāti RuaitiMatakairiri / Pikaahu
Cynthia Kiro (Ngapuhi, Ngati Kahu, Ngati Hine) is an Associate Professor at Massey University in Te Mata o Te Tau an interdisciplinary and intersectoral Māori Academy.

Ngāti Hine

Ngati HineNgati Hine (Northland)
Cynthia Kiro (Ngapuhi, Ngati Kahu, Ngati Hine) is an Associate Professor at Massey University in Te Mata o Te Tau an interdisciplinary and intersectoral Māori Academy.

Massey University

Massey Agricultural CollegeMasseyWellington Polytechnic
Cynthia Kiro (Ngapuhi, Ngati Kahu, Ngati Hine) is an Associate Professor at Massey University in Te Mata o Te Tau an interdisciplinary and intersectoral Māori Academy.

New Zealand Parliament

ParliamentParliament of New ZealandHouse of Representatives
The Children's Commissioner Act 2003 (Public Act no 121 2003) is an Act of the Parliament of New Zealand.

Children's rights in New Zealand

The Neglected and Criminal Children Act 1867
These include the Children's Commissioner Act 2003 (CCA), and the Children, Young Persons, and Their Families Act 1989 (CYPFA), the Care of Children Act 2004, the Education Act 1989, the New Zealand Bill of Rights Act 1990 (NZBORA), the Crimes Act 1961, the Human Rights Act 1993, the Privacy Act 1993, and the Official Information Act 1982 (OIA).

Ian Hassall

Ian Bruce Hassall
He was New Zealand's first Commissioner for Children from 1989 to 1994.

Cindy Kiro

She is a former Children's Commissioner and former head of the School of Public Health at Massey University and currently head of Te Kura Maori at Victoria University of Wellington.

KidsCan

KidsCan Charitable Trust
The Child Poverty Monitor is a partnership between the New Zealand Children's Commissioner, the JR McKenzie Trust and the University of Otago who measures and reports on New Zealand child poverty annually.

Goregrish.com

Current New Zealand Children’s Commissioner Dr. Russell Wills said he was "appalled" at their use.

Office of Film and Literature Classification (New Zealand)

Office of Film and Literature ClassificationOFLCNew Zealand Office of Film and Literature Classification
For example, religious experts were consulted to assist with the classification of The Passion of the Christ, experts in road safety were consulted on Mischief Destroy, the Children's Commissioner on Ken Park and The Aristocrats, homeopathic practitioners on drug manufacturing books written by Steve Preisler, various human rights organisations and the Vicar of Gisborne on a publication entitled Against Homosexuality, and rape crisis centres and psychologists on Irréversible and an edition of the University of Otago student magazine Critic.

Child poverty in New Zealand

child povertyone in six children in New Zealand were being raised in povertyNew Zealand child poverty