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 https://www.uruta.maori.nz/
Te Rau Ora
Hāpai te Hauora
Covid 19 Information Hub
General information for whānau
The Mental Health Foundation
Vaccines are our best shot to protect New Zealanders’ mental health https://mentalhealth.org.nz/news/post/vaccines-are-our-best-shot-to-protect-new-zealanders-mental-health
Tips for overcoming needle phobia tips-for-overcoming-needle-phobia.pdf
COVID-19 Vaccination – Your Questions Answered https://www.changingminds.org.nz/storiesdb/covid-19-vaccination-your-questions-answered
Improving Vaccine Access for People with Lived Experience of Mental Distress and/or Addiction https://www.changingminds.org.nz/storiesdb/improving-vaccine-access-for-people-with-lived-experience-of-mental-distress-andor-addiction
Tangata whaiora vaccine rates COVID-19 vaccination rates for Aotearoa - Tūtohi (tutohi.nz)
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
Links to discussion in the media