This bill provides for independent monitoring and complaints oversight for Oranga Tamariki, and greater advocacy for children's and young people's issues generally through the creation of a new Children and Young People's Commission.
Divided into two or more bills — see the schedule of divided bills
Passed by a majority of 11 votes (65 ayes, 54 noes, 0 abstentions)
Passed by a majority of 96 votes (108 ayes, 12 noes, 0 abstentions)
|Bill type||Government bill|
|Introduced||8 November 2021|
|First reading||16 November 2021|
|Select Committee||Social Services and Community Committee|
|Public submissions due||26 January 2022|
|Select Committee report back||13 June 2022|
|Second reading||27 July 2022|
|Committee of the whole House||11 August 2022|
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