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What they advertise and what you get aint the same – is this a case for the Commerce Commission?

Posted by watchingcyfswatchnewzealand on February 25, 2007

As posted on CYFSWATCH New Zealand

Sunday, February 25th, 2007

 Hi Cyfswatch,The following came from an add in the Wednesday NZ Herald advertising for staff for Child Youth and Family Youth Justice, underneath was written……….

Child Youth and Family is a service of the Ministry of Social Development. We work with families to protect and promote the well being of children, young people, their families and family groups. We also support a wide range of community based social services, with a focus on children, young people and families in need.

What a joke, I have found them to be incompetent, untruthful, devious, manipulative, they practice racial discrimination, and what they do borders on human rights abuse. What they did to our family was nothing short of victimization.



One Response to “What they advertise and what you get aint the same – is this a case for the Commerce Commission?”

  1. Maggie said

    I could not agree with your comments more. I had a child under the ‘Ministry’ as they now call it…years ago. However, I went on to be a caregiver who has been absolutely incredibly crapped on and discriminated against by this ‘Ministry’. The SW was totally incompetent and even though she had frequently visited our home, went with what the kids had said. Kids who had a history of lies, theft and much much more. They don’t support their caregivers unless you are in with them.

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