<div>A report commissioned by the Director-General of the Social Welfare Department to provide a Māori perspective on the department and its capacity to meet the needs of Māori people in relation to service delivery.</div><div> </div><div>See associated report: <a href="institutional-racism-department-social-welfare-auckland">Institutional Racism in the Department of Social Welfare Auckland</a></div>
<p>This is sometimes referred to as the WARAG (Women Against Racism Action Group) Report as the authors formed a group of this name to consider these issues in their workplace.</p><div>See also the associated report <a href="http://trc.org.nz/maori-advisory-unit-report">Māori Advisory Unit Report</a></div><div> </div><div> </div>
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