Whaikaha – Ministry of Disabled People has published their first combined Kia Toipoto (pay gap) report and Diversity and Inclusion plan.
News from Whaikaha
The two new services, Growing Voice and Safety – People for Us and Growing Voice and Safety – Assisting Change, aim to increase the focus on the voice, good lives and human rights of disabled people and tāngata whaikaha Māori.
Whaikaha announces the organisations who have successfully applied for funding to support disability leadership through community-led initiatives.
More choices, more control over the life you want to lead. We're working with the disabled community to deliver change and give you more decision-making control around the support you receive.
Get to know Whaikaha - Ministry of Disabled People, our role in Government and our commitment to Te Tiriti o Waitangi.
Find out about the history of disability in Aotearoa New Zealand and the journey that led to our new Ministry.
Discover why we're transforming the disability system in line with the Enabling Good Lives (EGL) principles.
Have your say
One in four New Zealanders identifies as disabled. That's a lot of lives we can make a difference in.
We want the voices of our disabled community to have a true part in shaping the future. If you are a disabled person, family/whānau member, friend or supporter, have your say.