NZFVC 2022 Survey: We want to hear from you

Fri 01 Apr 2022

Help us to understand what the NZFVC is doing well and how we could improve or do things differently.


Our aim at the New Zealand Family Violence Clearinghouse (NZFVC) is to provide equitable access to quality research and information that can help to inform policy and practice in Aotearoa. This includes drawing on both Western and Māori knowledge systems as well as practice informed evidence. How these systems of knowledge can inform our understanding of violence prevention will be a key focus for the NZFVC as we move forwards.

As you may be aware, at the end of last year (2021) the NZFVC underwent structural changes, welcoming two new Academic Co-Directors, Dr Terry Dobbs (Academic Director Māori) and Professor Nicola Gavey (Academic Director Tauiwi) as well as putting in place two new Advisory Groups (Tangata Whenua and Tauiwi). 

As we continue an exciting new year of mahi, we are keen to gather feedback to ensure that the NZFVC is continuing to provide access to research and information in ways that support our collective efforts to prevent and respond to family violence and sexual violence in Aotearoa. We would like to know what is working well and how we could improve or do things differently. We really appreciate your support in giving us your feedback. 

NZFVC 2022 Survey

The survey is open until 5pm, 14 April