Joint Venture November 2019 update
Tue 26 Nov 2019
The latest update from the Joint Venture on Family Violence and Sexual Violence covers a number of areas of work. You can view the updates online and subscribe to receive them to your inbox.
The November update from the government’s Joint Venture on Family Violence and Sexual Violence includes:
- The Under-Secretary’s Update: Challenging Conversations and Complicated Spaces conference (read Undersecretary Jan Logie's speech from the conference)
- Findings from the Integrated Safety Response evaluation
- New report from the Ministry of Justice on Attrition and Progression: Reported Sexual Violence Victimisations in the Criminal Justice System
- Update on sexual violence service development
- New Protection Order Information Service Packs
- New videos from the Ministry of Justice capture experiences of violence
- Ministry of Justice initiatives to support internal workforce capability to address family violence and sexual violence
- E Tū Wāhine, E Tū Whānau Symposium – Māori Women Keeping Safe in Unsafe Relationships
The full update is available on the Ministry of Justice website.
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The Challenging Conversations and Complicated Spaces: Titiro whakamuri, kia anga whakamua – Sexual and Domestic Violence Specialist Services reflecting forward conference was held in September 2019 in Wellington. The conference was organised by the National Coalition of Domestic Violence Specialist Service Providers. The coalition is formed of representatives from the National Collective of Independent Women's Refuges (NCIWR) and Te Kupenga Whakaoti Mahi Patunga | National Network of Stopping Violence Services (TKWMP|NNSVS).
The Ministry of Justice is asking the public to give quick brief feedback about their opinions on the criminal justice system and how it could be improved. It takes about 5 to 10 minutes to complete the online survey with several multiple-choice questions. This builds on the justice reform work, Hāpaitia te Oranga Tangata – Safe and Effective Justice.