In December 2018, the Government released our report He Ara Oranga.
The following four videos are published on YouTube(external link).
The above animation explains the report's findings in English. A transcript is available on the Inquiry Report webpage.
The above animation explains the report's findings in te reo Māori. A transcript is available on the Inquiry Report webpage.
The above video presents the Executive Summary in the New Zealand Sign Language.
The above video presents the Recommendations in the New Zealand Sign Language.
The following earlier videos about the work of the Inquiry appear on Vimeo.(external link)
The above August 2018 video shows Inquiry Panel members Josiah Tualamali’i and Ron Paterson receiving from Psychotherapist Kyle MacDonald "Free Counselling for all Kiwis: Open Submission to the Mental Health Review".
The video does not contain any captions but more details about this submission are here.(external link)
Watch a June 2018 video from the Inquiry Panel on the road, encouraging people to share their views through the Inquiry's consultation document.
There are no captions for this above video but here are the words spoken by the Panel members.
Josiah Tualamali’i: Tēnā koutou katoa. We’re here in the Mainland, the beautiful South Island. We’ve come from Invercargill, Dunedin, we’re in Waimate and we’re heading to mighty Timaru.
Jemaima Tiatia-Seath: And what we want you to do is to put in your submissions by Tuesday.
Dean Rangihuna: Nothing about you without you so please have a say.
Ron Paterson: Tūmanako pai – hope. And we hope to hear from you soon.
The above April 2018 video features Inquiry Panel Chair Professor Ron Paterson explaining the Inquiry's work.