Public Consultation on reducing pokies harm
Review by the gambling commission of the cash access licence conditions for the Auckland, Hamilton, Christchurch, Dunedin, Queenstown and Wharf casinos.
He Ara Āwhina has been developed using feedback from communities in 2020 and 2021. It has been co-designed with people who have expertise in Te Ao Māori, experience of mental distress, addiction, substance harm, or gambling harm, as well as youth, public health, and clinical expertise.
The Code of Expectations sets how health and disability service providers and organisations will involve, share decision making and work effectively in partnerships with consumers/whānau. It is essential that health and disability providers apply the principles of Te Tiriti o Waitangi in every engagement with consumers/whānau.
Long-Term Insights Briefings are think pieces that identify and explore issues that matter for the future wellbeing of the people of New Zealand. They provide information about medium and long-term trends, risks and opportunities, and explore options on how best to respond. They are not government policy.
The Social Cohesion Strategic Framework's shared vision “All people, whānau and communities thrive, belong and are respected in Aotearoa New Zealand.”.
Repeal and replace the Mental Health (Compulsory Assessment and Treatment) Act 1992 so that it reflects a human rights-based approach, promotes supported decision-making, aligns with the recovery and wellbeing model of mental health, and provides measures to minimise compulsory or coercive treatment.
Asian Family Services had submitted a submission to Waitaki Council regarding Class 4 gambling venue and TAB venue policy.
Asian Family Services had submitted a submission to Whakatane District regarding Class 4 gambling venue policy.
Asian Family Services had submitted a submission to South Waikato District regarding Class 4 gambling venue policy.