Work Programme

The focus of the Collective Impact Board's work programme is the ongoing wrap-around services to affected whānau, survivors, and witnesses in line with the Royal Commission of Inquiry Recommendation 26.

The Board's full work programme as at 20 July 2023 can be downloaded below:

CIB Work Programme - July 2023

You can find out more about the Board's Escalation Process

Summary of themes

Please note that some themes sit across more than one agency, therefore the total number of themes shown below is greater than the 40 themes on the work programme.

Agency

Themes identified

Accident Compensation Corporation

10 themes relating to ACC eligibility and supports available.

Department of Internal Affairs

1 theme relating to citizenship costs.

Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet

2 themes relating to access to loans in line with Islamic principles and New Zealand Security Plan.

Ministry of Business Innovation and Employment including Immigration NZ

7 themes relating to emigrating to New Zealand, Immigration NZ costs and resettlement support in New Zealand.

Ministry of Justice & Victim Support

4 themes relating to support for coronial processes, mental health support and Islamic arbitration.

Ministry of Social Development (MSD)

10 themes relating to access to the Kaiwhakaoranga Service, financial support, housing, family therapy and employment.

MSD & Ministry of Education

2 themes relating to employment and training support.

New Zealand Qualifications Authority & Professional Bodies

2 themes relating to recognition of overseas qualifications e.g. doctors, health workers, and trades.

Public Service Commission

1 theme relating to cultural competency within the Public Service.

Te Whatu Ora

4 themes relating to lack of trauma informed, faith based mental health support, recognition of overseas qualifications and cultural competency within the health system.