We aspire to live in a society that prioritises child wellbeing and ensures all children have their rights fulfilled.
This means constantly keeping what children, families and whānau need to live good lives at the front of our minds, whether we are politicians, parents, teachers, rangatira, rangatahi or community members (or all of the above). These pages explain more about what wellbeing is and how we can work towards it as a society.
“Wellbeing” is a complex concept. We know it when we see it (or its absence) but it is hard to define. We think that:wellbeing is a positive state that is more than just existing
almost everyone aspi...
We've been talking to children and young people about wellbeing. They are experts in their own lives and this is what they have to say.Read more
The United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (the Children’s Convention), which New Zealand signed up to in 1993, sets out the inherent rights of all children. Child wellbeing can only exi...Read more