Wānanga: Primary prevention of family and sexual violence - from theory to practice
This regional wānanga on the primary prevention of family and sexual violence was held on 24 March 2017 at Hoani Waititi Marae. It was hosted by Auckland Council with the support of the Accident Compensation Corporation. The presentations and related resources are available on the Clearinghouse website.
Working together to achieve whānau wellbeing in Waitematā
In 2016, Auckland Council supported a project exploring how to increase community-led primary prevention of family and sexual violence. The project was a collaboration between the Waitākere, North Shore and Rodney family violence networks, central government and local government. The project used a co-design approach. It took a strengths-based approach and specifically focused on the factors that protect against violence. The project report, executive summary, model, project process and protective factors cards are available from the Clearinghouse library.
Tāmaki Makaurau - E Tu: Auckland’s Collective Action Plan
In August 2015, a collective action plan on family, whānau and sexual violence in Auckland was released. The plan is available for download:
A message from Auckland Council is below:
"The Auckland Plan has a vision for Auckland to become the world's most liveable city. To achieve this vision, the Auckland plan acknowledges that family, whānau and sexual violence must be addressed. It recognises that Auckland is a highly complex, disparate, multi-ethnic environment that requires a unique strategy to address family, whānau and sexual violence in a cohesive and co-ordinated manner. This document sets out our strategic approach to addressing violence in Auckland and a series of collective actions that can be started now."
Information on earlier work in 2012 and 2013 is available from the links below.
Auckland Regional Networking Meetings - family, whānau and sexual violence
11 December 2013, Western Springs Click here for information
28 February 2013, Mangere Click here for information
10 September 2012, Western Springs Click here for information
Auckland Regional Hui on Family and Sexual Violence Prevention
2 March 2012, Orakei Marae Click here for information
Introduction to Auckland Council workshop
24 October 2012, Three Kings Click here for information