Index

A | B | C | D | E | F | G | H | I | J | K | L | M | N | O | P | Q | R | S | T | U | V | W | Y

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abuse

community-based initiatives to model elimination of 5.4

of disabled and older people 5.4

prevention in schools and early childhood centres 2.4

academics: coordination of EEO activities with 6.6

accessibility

of buildings to disabled people 3.8

of health care to disadvantaged and marginalised population groups 6.4

of home ownership 6.3

of housing 6.3

Action for Sustainable Development 6.4

Action Plan for Community and Sexual Violence 5.4

adoption orders: consent of children in 2.3

Adult Literacy Strategy 6.5

advocacy: by and for disabled people 3.3

affordability: of housing 6.3

age: monitoring human rights obligations on 7.6

air: protection and improvement of quality of 6.4

alcohol dependency: services for children and young people with 2.5

apprenticeships: diversity in participation in 6.6

arrest: of children and young people 2.5

arts: cultural diversity celebrated through 4.6

Asia Pacific Forum of National Human Rights Institutions Advisory Council of Jurists 5.7

association: freedom of 6.6

asylum seekers 4.5, 5.6

Auckland City Council: access programmes for disabled people 3.8

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bail scheme: for children and young people 2.5

barriers

to courts, justice sector and legal information 5.5

to employment of disabled people 6.6

to free primary and secondary education 2.7

to timely appropriate health services 6.4

bilingual nation: New Zealand established as 4.4

bioethical issues: training in human rights approach to 3.9

Bioethics Council 3.9

biotechnology: implications for disabled people 3.9

Blueprint for mental health services in New Zealand (Mental Health Commission) 3.6, 3.8

Boards of Trustees: modelling respect for diversity 2.8

body size: as grounds for discrimination 7.3

building accessibility: for disabled people 3.8

Building Act 1991 3.8, 6.3

built environment: protection and improvement of the 6.4

bullying

combated in schools and early childhood centres 2.4, 2.8

in workplaces 6.6

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caregivers: research on experiences of 2.9

census: sexual orientation question included in 7.6

central government see government agencies

child abuse: prevention of 2.4

child and youth safety 2.4

child poverty: elimination of 2.6

child primary care: obstacles to 6.4

Child, Youth and Family Services

availability of beds in residential facilities of 2.5

disabled client-centered services 3.8

grievance procedures for children and young people placed by 2.5

childhood centres, early see early childhood centres

children and young people

introduction to "Getting it Right for . . ." 2.1

access to appropriate complaints mechanisms 2.3

access to early childhood education 2.7

arrest and holding of 2.5

charged with criminal offences 2.2

charged with terrorism offences 5.7

consent for adoption 2.3

in detention/prison 2.2, 2.5

in employment 2.2

government policies assessed for impact on 2.3

grievance procedures for institutionalised 2.5

housing for 2.6

housing for low income households with 6.3

included in decision-making in families 2.3

in institutional care 7.6

legislation, regulation and policies on care and protection of 2.2, 2.5

mental health services for 3.8

in poverty 2.6

protected from discrimination 7.3

protection and fulfillment of rights of 2.2

rights in institutional care and detention 2.5

services for those with mental illness or drug/alcohol dependent 2.5

supported bail scheme for 2.5

unlawfully in New Zealand 2.2

views taken into account by government agencies 2.3

voices given weight in court and tribunal proceedings 2.3

see also disabled children; students

Children, Young Persons and Their Families Act 1989

safeguards for those charged with terrorism offences 5.7

safeguards for young criminal offenders 2.2

church volunteers: contribution to settlement of newcomers 4.5

civil courts: reduction of fees associated with 5.5

civil rights: legislative status of 7.3

classrooms: models for respect for diversity in 2.8

clean air and water: protection and improvement of 6.4

Code of Health and Disability Services Consumers' Rights 6.4

coldness: in homes 6.3

Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights 6.4, 7.6

communication industry: reflection and promotion of cultural diversity in the 4.6

communication technology: access for disabled people to 3.8

community-based programmes

to model for elimination of family violence 2.4, 5.4

for people with experience of mental illness 3.8

community dialogue

on human rights and the Treaty of Waitangi 4.3

between people of different views, cultures and faiths 4.6

community input

to health services governance and management 6.4

to support of settlement of newcomers 4.5

Community Treatment Orders 3.6

Competent Children Longitudinal Research Project 2.7

complaints mechanisms

accessible and appropriate for children and young people 2.3

for institutionalised children and young people's complaints 2.5

complaints of discrimination: data collection on 7.6

compulsory interventions 3.6

compulsory treatment: disabled people in 3.5

confinement: acknowledged as seclusion 3.6

conflict resolution: in schools and early childhood centres 2.4

conservation: ethnic communities' participation in historical, cultural and historic 4.6

constitutional framework: human rights entrenched in 7.2, 7.3

Convention on the Rights of Disabled People 7.7

Cook Island Maori language 4.4

corporal punishment: banning of 2.4

counselling: available in schools 2.7

court proceedings

voices of children and young people given weight in 2.3

weight given to views of victims of crimes in 5.5

courts: improved access to 5.5

crime reporting: sexual orientation included in 7.6

Crimes Act 1961: repeal of Section 59: 2.4

crimes: opportunities to hear views of victims of 5.5

criminal offending: of children and young people 2.2

criminal sanctions: for harassment 5.4

crowding: in homes 6.3

cultural barriers: to courts, justice sector and legal information 5.5

cultural conservation: ethnic communities' participation in 4.6

cultural diversity

celebrated with central and local government support 4.6

people and organisations contributing to 4.6

website and portal of information on 4.6

cultural festivals and events: diversity celebrated though 4.6

curriculum

inclusion of democratic rights and responsibilities 2.3

New Zealand's history and development emphasised in 2.8

customary rights of tangata whenua 4.3

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dampness: in homes 6.3

Deaf children: use of sign language by 2.8

decision-making

participation of children and young people in 2.3

participation of disabled people in 3.3

Delivering justice for all: a vision for New Zealand courts and tribunals (Law Commission) 5.5

democratic participation: disparities in 5.3

democratic rights and responsibilities

gaps in understanding about 5.3

included in curriculum 2.3

Department of Corrections: disabled client-centered services 3.8

dependencies: services for children and young people with 2.5

dependent children: research on families with 2.9

Design for Access and Mobility: Buildings and Associated Facilities (NZS 4121:2001) 3.8

detention facilities

disabled people in 3.5

human rights education for management and staff of 5.6

military 5.6

rights of children and young people in 2.5

development assistance overseas: human rights values reflected in 7.7

disabilities

information and advisory services on 3.8

international human rights convention on 3.2

monitoring human rights obligations on 7.6

research on costs of 3.7

training of service providers for those with 3.9

disabled children

funding and support for education of 2.7

support for families with 2.5

see also Deaf children

disabled people

introduction to "Getting it Right for . . ." 3.1

abuse and neglect of 5.4

access to and provision of quality services for 3.8

access to information and communication technology 3.8

advocacy by and for 3.3

barriers to and stereotypes in employment of 6.6

building accessibility for 3.8

collection and use of data on 3.2

costs of disability to 3.7

discrimination in employment 7.3

in employment 3.7, 6.6

housing needs of 6.3

implications of biotechnology/genetic technologies for 3.9

independence through home care and personal support work force 6.6

involvement in New Zealand Disability Strategy implementation 3.2

participation in decision-making 3.3

participation in human rights convention 3.2

poverty of 3.7

in prisons 3.5, 7.6

protection and fulfillment of rights of 3.2

public transport accessible to 3.8

represented on ethics bodies/committees 3.9

research on families caring for 2.9

rights of 7.7

safety of 3.4

support systems for 3.8

vocational rehabilitation and employment of 3.7, 6.6

disadvantaged population groups: accessibility of health care to 6.4

discipline: promoted through public education programmes 2.4

discrimination

on basis of ethnicity 4.2

on basis of genetic information 3.9

data collection system on complaints of 7.6

experienced by transgender and intersex people 5.2

on grounds of sexual orientation 7.7

against people with experience of mental illness 5.2

right to freedom from 5.2

statutory prohibition on 7.3

in workplaces 6.6

disparities: in democratic participation 5.3

District Health Boards: use of seclusion by 3.6

diversification: of participation in Modern Apprenticeship Scheme 6.6

diversity

cultural see cultural diversity

establishment of centre for research on 4.6

modelled by Boards of Trustees and education staff 2.8

Draft Universal Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous People 7.7

drug dependency: services for children and young people with 2.5

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early childhood centres

availability of education through 2.7

combating of bullying and harassment in 2.4, 2.8

dataset to monitor human rights in 7.6

as human rights communities 2.7

non-violent conflict resolution and abuse prevention in 2.4

economic equality: measures to achieve 4.2

economic, social and cultural rights: legislative status of 7.3

education

for all children and young people 2.7

early childhood see early childhood centres

of health practitioners 6.4

in human rights 5.6, 7.5

kaupapa Maori 2.7

legislation and policies on free primary and secondary 2.7

pay and employment equity in 6.6

right to 2.7

staff modeling of respect for diversity in 2.8

strategic approach to human rights 7.5

see also schools

EEO objectives: disability-related 3.7

Elder Abuse and Neglect Pilot Scheme 5.4

elections: participation of all sectors of society in 5.3

electoral administration: responsibilities of institutions of 5.3

electronic barriers: to courts, justice sector and legal information 5.5

employers: coordination of EEO activities with 6.6

employment

attitudes to and treatment of disabled people in 3.7

barriers to and stereotypes in 6.6

of children and young people 2.2

of disabled people 3.7, 6.6

equity in health, education and the public service 6.6

of home care and personal support work force 6.6

minimum age for admission to 6.6

use of genetic information in 3.9

English and te reo Maori: development of ability to communicate in both 4.4

English language: access for migrants and refugees to tuition in 4.4

enrolment of students: power over and review of 2.7

environmental changes: human rights elements in Pacific 7.7

environmental conservation: ethnic communities' participation in 4.6

environmental health: protection and improvement of determinants of 6.4

equal employment opportunities (EEO)

coordination of 6.6

disability-related objectives in 3.7

Equal Remuneration Convention (ILO 100) 6.6

equality: measures to achieve social and economic 4.2

equipment: for support of disabled people 3.8

ethics committees: representation of disabled people on 3.9

ethnic groups

participating in historic, cultural and environmental conservation 4.6

programmes to address harassment of 5.4

ethnicity

discrimination on basis of 4.2

monitoring human rights obligations on 7.6

exclusions and expulsions of students: power over and review of 2.7

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families

costs of disability to 3.7

decision-making role for children and young people 2.3

housing for 2.6

income for 2.6

providing for health of members of 6.4

research on experiences of 2.9

rights of 2.9

support for those with disabled children 2.5

supported by violence elimination programmes 2.4

Families Commission 2.9

family group conferencing: in youth justice 5.5

family violence: community-based initiatives to model elimination of 2.4, 5.4

foreign policy and practices: human rights values reflected in 7.7

forensic mental health facilities 3.5

free primary and secondary education: legislation and policies on 2.7

freedom from violence: for children and young people 2.4

Freedom of Association and Protection of the Right to Organise Convention (ILO 87) 6.6

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gays: programmes to address harassment of 5.4

gender

assignment to intersex infants 6.4

as grounds for discrimination 7.3

monitoring human rights obligations on 7.6

genetic information: discrimination on basis of 3.9

genetic technologies: implications for disabled people 3.9

governance

human rights central to good 7.4

training for residential service providers to disabled people 3.3

government agencies

accountability for disability-related EEO objectives 3.7

attention to environmental health determinants 6.4

collaboration on human rights education 7.5

data collection on human rights 7.6

human rights framework for legislation, policy and practice in 7.4

mainstreaming of human rights in international activities of 7.7

monitoring human rights obligations 7.6

policies and practices assessed for impact on children and young people 2.3

support for celebration of cultural diversity 4.6

use of health information assessments in policy formation by 6.4

views of children and young people taken into account by 2.3

see also local government; non-government agencies

grievance procedures see complaints mechanisms

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habitability issues 6.3

harassment

combated in schools and early childhood centres 2.4, 2.8

of ethnic and religions groups, gays, lesbians and transgender people 5.4

in workplaces 6.6

health

of families/whanau 6.4

focus on non-injury 6.4

human rights approach to 6.4

protection of environmental 6.4

socio-economic determinants of 6.4

Health and Disability Commissioner 3.3

health impact assessments: contribution to improved outcomes 6.4

health services

accessible to all 6.4

appropriate for transgender people 6.4

availability of interpreter services to 6.4

available in schools 2.7

community input to governance and management of 6.4

human rights and matauranga hauora in education of 6.4

matauranga hauora in mainstream 6.4

health services (contd.)

pay and employment equity in 6.6

providers trained in human rights approach to bioethical issues 3.9

see also mental health services

heritage languages: support for 4.4

historical conservation: ethnic communities' participation in 4.6

home-based support: for disabled people 3.8

home care work force: training, career development and remuneration for 6.6

home ownership: access to 6.3

homelessness: strategies to reduce 6.3

housing

affordability and accessibility for low-income households 6.3

for children and young people 2.6

database on incidence of substandard 6.3, 7.6

eradication of dampness, cold and crowding in 6.3

modifications for disabled people 3.8

quality of 6.3

supply of social 6.3

human rights

education for police management and staff 5.4

framework for 7.1

mainstreaming of 7.7

Human Rights Act 1993

exceptions relating to disability 3.2

review of grounds for prohibition on discrimination in 7.3

Human Rights Commission. Inquiry into accessibility of public land transport 3.8

human rights communities: early childhood centres and schools as 2.7

human rights diplomacy 7.7

human rights education 5.6, 7.5

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identity: respect for 2.8

ILO Convention 87 (Freedom of Association and Protection of the Right to Organise) 6.6

ILO Convention 100 (Equal Remuneration) 6.6

ILO Convention 138 (Minimum Age) 6.6

ILO Convention 143 (Migration Workers (Supplementary Provisions)) 4.5

ILO Convention 159 (Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment (Disabled Persons)) 3.7, 6.6

ILO Convention 183 (Maternity Protection) 6.6

Immigration Act 1999

repeal of Section 149D 4.5

security risk certificate provisions 5.7

immunisation: in child and maternal primary care 6.4

income: for families with dependent children 2.6

indigenous disabled people: participation in human rights convention 3.2

indigenous people

international human rights law relating to 4.3

rights of 7.7

see also Maori

indigenous rights 4.3

infants, intersex 6.4

information resources

access to legal 5.5

on New Zealand's diverse communities 4.6

information technology: access for disabled people to 3.8

injury: children and young people freed from exposure to 2.4

Inquiry into accessibility of public land transport (Human Rights Commission) 3.8

institutional care

data on children and young people in 2.5, 7.6

rights of children and young people in 2.5

insurance: use of genetic information in 3.9

Intellectual Disability (Compulsory Care and Rehabilitation) Act 2003 3.5, 7.6

international activities: human rights values reflected in 7.7

International Adult Literacy Survey 6.5

international human rights disability convention 3.2

International Labour Office see ILO

International Terrorism (Emergency Powers) Act 1987 5.7

interpreter services 4.4, 6.4

intersex infants 6.4

intersex people: inquiry into discrimination experienced by 5.2

interventions, compulsory 3.6

isolation: acknowledged as seclusion 3.6

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journalism

cultural diversity included in education for 4.6

diversification of work force in 4.6

justice

equal access for all to 5.5

improve access to 5.5

restorative 5.5

youth see youth justice

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kaupapa Maori education 2.7

Koia Koia: Adult and Community Education 6.5

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language: as grounds for discrimination 7.3

Language Line 4.4

languages policy: to encourage learning of range of languages 4.4

Law Commission

Delivering justice for all: a vision for New Zealand courts and tribunals 5.5

recommendation to repeal International Terrorism (Emergency Powers) Act 1987 5.7

legal information: access to 5.5

legal professionals: trained in human rights approach to bioethical issues 3.9

legislation

on care and protection of children and young people 2.5

on free primary and secondary education 2.7

lesbians: programmes to address harassment of 5.4

Literacy Aotearoa 6.5

literacy services: available to all adults 6.5

local government

attention to environmental health determinants 6.4

human rights framework for legislation, policy and practice in 7.4

migrant and refugees settlement plans of 4.5

policies and practices assessed for impact on children and young people 2.3

support for celebration of cultural diversity 4.6

use of health impact assessments in policy formation by 6.4

views of children and young people taken into account by 2.3

voter turnout for elections to 5.3

lockdown periods in prisons 5.6

low income households

affordability and accessibility of housing for 6.3

well-child care for 6.4

low paid workers: rights of 6.6

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Manukau City Council: access programmes for disabled people 3.8

Maori

barriers to and stereotypes in employment of 6.6

development of ability to communicate in English and te reo 4.4

education 2.7

health concepts 6.4

housing needs of 6.3

rights as indigenous people 4.3

rights to live as 4.3

marginalised population groups: accessibility of health care to 6.4

matauranga hauora: in mainstream health services 6.4

maternal primary care: obstacles to 6.4

Maternity Protection Convention (ILO 183) 6.6

media: reflection and promotion of cultural diversity in the 4.6

medical professionals: trained in human rights approach to bioethical issues 3.9

medicines: in child and maternal primary care 6.4

men: returning to work force after family responsibilities 6.6

Mental Health Commission. Blueprint for mental health services in New Zealand 3.6, 3.8

Mental Health (Compulsory Assessment and Treatment) Act 1992 3.6, 7.6

mental health services

for children and young people 3.8

community-based 3.8

for disabled people in prison 3.5

mental illness

advanced recognition of 3.6

discrimination against people with experience of 5.2

legal protection for those with experience of 3.6

services for children and young people with 2.5

migrant workers: ratification of conventions on 4.5

Migrant Workers (Supplementary Provisions) Convention (ILO 143) 4.5

migrants

access to English language tuition 4.4

barriers to and stereotypes in employment of 6.6

local authority settlement plans for 4.5

New Zealand Settlement Strategy for 4.5

migration process: human rights throughout 4.5

military facilities: external monitoring of detention in 5.6

Minimum Age Convention (ILO 138) 6.6

minimum wages: exceptions relating to disabled people 3.7

Ministry of Health

disabled client-centered services 3.8

Quality and Safety Project 6.6

Ministry of Justice: development of restorative justice 5.5

Ministry of Social Development. New Zealand's agenda for children 2.3

Modern Apprenticeship Scheme 6.6

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National Education Guidelines 2.7

National Ethics Committee on Assisted Human Reproduction 3.9

national festivals and events: cultural diversity celebrated through 4.6

National Occupational Health and Safety Advisory Committee 6.4

national security: human rights in relation to 5.7

National Survey of Crime Victims 7.6

neglect: of disabled and older people 5.4

New Zealand Bill of Rights Act 1990 7.3

New Zealand Building Code 6.3

New Zealand Disability Strategy 3.2

New Zealand Diversity Action Programme 4.6

New Zealand Family Violence Prevention Strategy 2.4, 5.4

New Zealand Health Strategy 6.4

New Zealand Housing Strategy 6.3

New Zealand 's diverse communities: website and portal of information on 4.6

New Zealand Settlement Strategy 4.5

New Zealand Sign Language 2.8

New Zealanders

development of ability to communicate in English and te reo Maori 4.4

rights of all 4.3

New Zealand's agenda for children (Ministry of Social Development) 2.3

New Zealand's history and development: in school curriculum 2.8

newcomers: contribution of volunteers to settlement of 4.5

Niuean language 4.4

non-government agencies

collaboration on human rights education 7.5

mainstreaming of human rights in international activities of 7.7

in support of settlement of newcomers 4.5

non-injury health issues: focus in occupational health and safety 6.4

non-violent conflict resolution: in schools and early childhood centres 2.4

non-voluntary segregation: in prisons 5.6

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occupational safety and health programmes: focus on non-injury health issues 6.4

Office for Disability Issues 3.3

older people

abuse and neglect of 5.4

barriers to and stereotypes in employment of 6.6

housing needs of 6.3

independence through home care and personal support work force 6.6

research on families caring for 2.9

Opportunities for All New Zealanders 5.4

Optional Protocol to the Convention against Torture 5.6

ownership of homes: access to 6.3

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Pacific Islands support for human rights in 7.7

Pacific languages: retention and use of 4.4

Pacific peoples

barriers to and stereotypes in employment of 6.6

housing needs of 6.3

parliament: voter turnout for elections to 5.3

pay and employment equity: in health, education and the public service 6.6

personal support work force: training, career development and remuneration for 6.6

physical barriers: to courts, justice sector and legal information 5.5

police

arrest and holding of children and young people by 2.5

human rights education for 5.4

liaison with communities subject to harassment 5.4

political rights: legislative status of 7.3

population groups: accessibility of health care to disadvantaged and marginalised 6.4

poverty

of children and young people 2.6

of disabled people 3.7

reduction of 6.2

primary care of children and mothers: obstacles to 6.4

primary education: legislation and policies on free 2.7

Primary Health Care Strategy 6.4

prisons

data collection on disabled people in 3.5, 7.6

experiences of asylum seekers in 5.6

heath and safety issues in 5.6

human rights education for management and staff of 5.6

separation of young and adult offenders in 2.2, 2.5

specialised forensic treatment in 3.5

private sector

mainstreaming of human rights in international activities of 7.7

pay and employment equity in the 6.6

protection and fulfillment of rights

of children and young people 2.2

of disabled people 3.2

public education programmes

on non-violent discipline 2.4

to reduce harassment 5.4

to reduce violence 5.4

Public Health Advisory Committee 6.2, 6.4

public sector: pay and employment equity in health and education and the 6.6

public transport: accessible to disabled people 3.8

punishment: banning of corporal 2.4

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Quality and Safety Project 6.6

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race relations: people and organisations contributing to harmonious 4.6

Reference on the Rule of Law in Combating Terrorism 5.7

Refugee and Migrant Service volunteers: contribution to settlement of newcomers 4.5

refugees

access to English language tuition 4.4

barriers to and stereotypes in employment of 6.6

housing needs of 6.3

local authority settlement plans for 4.5

New Zealand Settlement Strategy for 4.5

rehabilitation programmes: for disabled people 3.5, 3.8

religious festivals and events: cultural diversity celebrated through 4.6

religious groups: programmes to address harassment of 5.4

te reo Maori and English: development of ability to communicate in both 4.4

research centre ethics committees: representation of disabled people on 3.9

researchers: trained in human rights approach to bioethical issues 3.9

residency: children and young people without legal 2.2

residential facilities

dataset on people in 7.6

service providers to disabled people in 3.3

youth justice 2.5

restorative justice 5.5

right to organise 6.6

rights and responsibilities, democratic 2.3, 5.3

Te Rito: New Zealand Family Violence Prevention Strategy 2.4, 5.4

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safety

for all New Zealanders 5.4

of children and young people 2.4

of disabled people 3.4

of people lawfully detained 5.6

programmes for occupational 6.4

school communities: models for respect for diversity in 2.8

Schooling Strategy for New Zealand 2.7

schools

combating bullying and harassment in 2.4, 2.8

counselling and health services in 2.7

curriculum 2.3, 2.8

dataset to monitor human rights in 7.6

decision-making role for children and young people 2.3

as human rights communities 2.7

non-violent conflict resolution and abuse prevention in 2.4

suspensions, exclusions, expulsions and enrolments refused by 2.7

see also education

seclusion

human rights issues around 3.6

practices acknowledged as 3.6

secondary education: legislation and policies on free 2.7

security risk certificates: review provisions for 5.7

segregated employment: for disabled people 3.7

segregation: non-voluntary in prisons 5.6

self-advocacy: by disabled people 3.3

sensory input: reduction acknowledged as seclusion 3.6

settlement plans: of local authority areas 4.5

sexual abuse: prevention in schools and early childhood centres 2.4

sexual orientation

discrimination on grounds of 7.7

information recorded on 7.6

monitoring human rights obligations on 7.6

sign language: for Deaf children 2.8

size of body: as grounds for discrimination 7.3

SKIP: Strategies with Kids — Information for Parents 2.4

social and economic equality: measures to achieve 4.2

social housing: supply of 6.3

social studies curriculum: inclusion of democratic rights and responsibilities in 2.3

special or additional needs students: resources for 2.7

standards of living: of children and young people 2.6

students

access to counselling and health services 2.7

participation in decision-making in schools 2.3

with special and additional needs 2.7

suspended, excluded, expelled and refused enrolment 2.7

see also children and young people

substandard housing: database on incidence of 6.3, 7.6

supported bail scheme: for children and young people 2.5

suspensions of students: power over and review of 2.7

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tangata whenua: customary rights of 4.3

teachers

development of skills in teaching diversity 2.8

of New Zealand Sign Language 2.8

trained in te reo and tikanga Maori 4.4

technologies: implications for disabled people of genetic 3.9

terrorism

children and young people charged with 5.7

repeal of act relating to 5.7

review of legislative measures to deal with 5.7

tikanga Maori

contribution to New Zealand identity 4.3

development of knowledge of 4.4

Tokelauan language 4.4

trade and development: human rights values reflected in 7.7

trade unions

coordination of EEO activities with 6.6

membership as grounds for discrimination 7.3

transgender people

appropriate health services for 6.4

inquiry into discrimination experienced by 5.2

programmes to address harassment of 5.4

transport: accessible to disabled people 3.8

Treaty of Waitangi

community dialogue on human rights and the 4.3

discussion of the place of 7.2

status in New Zealand's constitutional framework 7.2

tribunal proceedings: voices of children and young people given weight in 2.3

Trustees: modelling respect for diversity in schools 2.8

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United Nations

guidelines for human rights approach to poverty reduction 6.2

recommendations of human rights treaty bodies 7.6

United Nations Convention on the Rights of All Migrant Workers and their Families 4.5

United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child 2.2

university ethics committees: representation of disabled people on 3.9

unpaid workers: rights of 6.6

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vehicle modifications: for disabled people 3.8

victims of crimes: opportunities to be heard 5.5

violence reduction programmes

community-based 2.4, 5.4

in early childhood centres and schools 2.4

human rights approach to 5.4

Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment (Disabled Persons) Convention (ILO 159) 3.7, 6.6

voter turnout: in parliamentary and local authority elections 5.3

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wages, minimum: exceptions relating to disabled people 3.7

waste disposal: improvement of 6.4

water: protection and improvement of quality and allocation of 6.4

website: on cultural diversity 4.6

well-child care: for families on low incomes 6.4

Wellington City Council: strategy to address homelessness 6.3

whanau see families

women: returning to work force after family responsibilities 6.6

Workbase Literacy 6.5

workers: rights of low paid and unpaid 6.6

Working for Families 2.6, 6.2

workplaces

bullying, harassment and discrimination in 6.6

protection and improvement of 6.4

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young people see children and young people

Youth Development Strategy Aotearoa 2.3

youth justice

family group conferencing in 5.5

residential facilities 2.5