Ethnic and community specific data

Many reports on this page including NZFVC Data Summaries provide some ethnic specific data. The reports listed here focus on data broken down by ethnicity or community.

Māori

Understanding family violence: Māori in New Zealand (Te Puni Kōkiri, 2017)

Pasifika

Pasifika research (Le Va, 2018)

Understanding family violence (Pasefika Proud, 2016)

By ethnicity

Towards freedom from violence: New Zealand family violence statistics disaggregated by ethnicity. (Paulin, J. & Edgar, N. Office of Ethnic Affairs, 2013)

LGBTIQ+ | Takatāpui (Rainbow) communities

Findings from the Hohou Te Rongo Kahukura –Outing Violence survey, 2015

Survey findings - partner violence and sexual violence
(Hohou Te Rongo Kahukura – Outing Violence, 2016)

Findings from the NZCVS, Cycles 1 & 2

Experiences of crime by sexual orientation (NZCVS, 2020)

Findings from the national Counting Ourselves survey of trans and non-binary people

Counting ourselves: The health and wellbeing of trans and non-binary people in Aotearoa New Zealand (Transgender Health Research Lab, 2019, pp.76-8) - Section 11: Safety & violence 

Disabled people

Findings from the 2019 NZ Family Violence Study published in these open access articles:

Lifetime prevalence of intimate partner violence and disability: Results from a population-based study in New Zealand (Fanslow, Malihi, Hashemi, Gulliver & McIntosh, 2021)

Prevalence of nonpartner physical and sexual violence against people with disabilities (Malihi, Fanslow, Hashemi, Gulliver & McIntosh, 2021)

Findings frome the NZCVS Cycle 3

Key findings from the 3rd cycle of the NZ Crime and Victimisation Survey: What it means for disabled people (Office for Disability Issues, 2021)

Intersectionality

Findings from the Youth19 survey

Negotiating multiple identities : Intersecting identities among Māori, Pacific, Rainbow and disabled young people (Youth2000 survey series, 2021)