UNCROC public consultation

Have your say on New Zealand’s Fifth Periodic Report under UNCROC

New Zealand is due to report to the United Nations Committee on the Rights of the Child (the Committee) by 5 May 2015, on Government progress to implement the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCROC). We have compiled the Report and now we want to know what you think.

The Report outlines the progress the Government has made in improving outcomes for children, implementing the articles of UNCROC, and addressing the 2011 Concluding Observations of the Committee over the reporting period (February 2011 to March 2015).

The Report reflects the Government’s strong and enduring focus on improving outcomes for vulnerable children and their families, young people at high risk of disengaging from education, training, or seeking employment, and young people in conflict with the law. The Report also reflects work progressed under the UNCROC Work Programme.

The Report comes in two parts:

If you do not have time to read the whole report, but you still want to have your say, you can read the summary:

The many ways you can have your say on New Zealand’s Fifth Periodic Report are listed below.

How do I have my say?

If you have read the Fifth Periodic Report or the summary, then we would like to know what you think.

You can have your say by completing and submitting the following questionnaire.

As you fill out each page of the questionnaire, your answers will automatically be saved and sent to us.

If you would like to keep a copy of your completed questionnaire, you will need to save it to your desktop or print out a copy.

We recommend that you have a copy of the Report open while you answer the questions.

You can also come to the public meetings we will be holding in early February 2015:

Wellington 3 February 2015 Bowen State Building 1:00pm to 3:00pm
Christchurch 5 February 2015 The Atrium 10:00am to 12:00pm
Auckland 12 February 2015 Mt Albert Senior Citzens Hall 11:00am to 1:00pm

 

For more information visit:

http://www.msd.govt.nz/about-msd-and-our-work/publications-resources/monitoring/uncroc/public-consultation.html