Families, whānau and relationships are healthy, respectful and free from violence.
To provide access to high quality research and information on family and whānau violence.
The New Zealand Family Violence Clearinghouse is operated by the University of Auckland, under a contract funded by the Families Commission.
The New Zealand Family Violence Clearinghouse was launched in 2005 in association with Te Rito: New Zealand Family Violence Prevention Strategy. Te Rito was developed in 2002 as a plan of action to reduce and eliminate family violence in Aotearoa New Zealand.
|Co-Directors||Associate Professor Janet Fanslow|
|Associate Professor Robyn Dixon|
|Manager/Community Lead||Nicola Paton|
|Information Specialist||Gay Richards|
|Research Fellow||Pauline Gulliver, PhD|
|Information Assistant||Claire Gear|
|IT Specialists||NIHI team|
|Associate Professor Nicola Atwool||University of Otago|
|Associate Professor Robyn Dixon||University of Auckland|
|Associate Professor Janet Fanslow||University of Auckland|
|Everdina Fuli||University of Auckland|
|Associate Professor Jan Jordan||Victoria University of Wellington|
|Professor Jane Koziol-McLain||Auckland University of Technology|
|Associate Professor Tracey McIntosh||University of Auckland|
|Associate Professor Mandy Morgan||Massey University|
|Dr Neville Robertson||University of Waikato|
Sector Advisory Group
|Hera Clarke||Ministry of Social Development|
|Fleur De Bes||New Zealand Police|
|Everdina Fuli||Pacific Advisory Group|
|Sheryl Hann||Ministry of Social Development -
Campaign for Action on Family Violence
|Kiri Hannifin||National NGO Family Violence Prevention Alliance|
|Hazel Hape||National Collective of Independent Women's Refuges|
|Tim Marshall||Tairawhiti Men Against Violence|
|Sarah McGray||Ministry of Justice|
|Shila Nair||Shakti Community Council|
|Miranda Ritchie||Ministry of Health Violence Intervention Programme|
Publications and Resources
The logo used for this website was originally designed for the Te Rito Strategy by Justine Maynard. It depicts a foetus surrounded by whānau, hapū, iwi, communities, significant others and society as a whole.