In the video below Paora Moyle offers a Māori practitioner’s view on state care in Aotearoa New Zealand with the added dimension of her own experience as a state care ward. This is a moving account of Paora’s experience of state care and how it has motivated her to embark on her PhD research journey. To find out more about Paora’s research you can participate in the ANZASW webinar on Thursday 14th May 2015 at 1.00pm: Māori-lived experiences of the care and protection FGC in Aotearoa.
In the video below Paora Moyle offers a Māori practitioner’s view on cultural competency and the lack of clarity on cultural competency within social work practice in Aotearoa New Zealand.
In the short video below Paora Moyle offers a Māori practitioner’s view on how the new CYF assessment framework, the Tuituia Framework, is used to assess whānau Maori.
Paora Moyle offers a Māori practitioner’s perspective on cultural identity and the meaning of the term “of Māori descent”.
In light of the New Zealand governments call to review Child, Youth and Family, Paora Moyle offers a Māori practitioners perspective on the CYF review and the continuing relevance of the document Puao-te-ata-tu (Daybreak).