Vaccine inequity: Information and resources

Explore resources and information about making informed choices on COVID 19 vaccines 

Find a wealth of information here from different organisations about your choices.

Social inclusion means:

  • Addressing vaccine inequities is fundamentally led by Tangata Whaiora
  • Immunisation centres take a - Te Tiriti o Waitangi and human rights - approach to addressing vaccine inequities.
  • That a humanised approach is administered

A resounding message from Tangata whaiora: “Kei a koe te tikanga – It’s your choice!” Let’s make it an informed choice and wānanga as whānau.

Links to information and resources

Te Rōpū Whakakaupapa Urutā

COVID 19 Advice for Māori

Te Rau Ora


Hāpai te Hauora

Covid 19 Information Hub


General information for whānau

Karawhiua — Karawhiua - Protect Communities from COVID-19 

The Mental Health Foundation

Vaccines are our best shot to protect New Zealanders’ mental health

Tips for overcoming needle phobia tips-for-overcoming-needle-phobia.pdf

Equally Well

Equally Well | Covid-19 and physical health equity | Te Pou

Changing Minds

COVID-19 Vaccination – Your Questions Answered

Improving Vaccine Access for People with Lived Experience of Mental Distress and/or Addiction


Tangata whaiora vaccine rates COVID-19 vaccination rates for Aotearoa - Tūtohi ( 

Immunisation Advisory Centre
A resource for tāngata whai i te ora, tāngata mātau ā-wheako and their whānau as well as people working in mental health and addiction services

COVID-19 vaccination questions and answers

Links to discussion in the media

Waatea News


The Spinoff



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