Intervention by population group

Recommended reading on family and whānau violence

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Intervention
by population group

 

Tangata whenua

Wharewera-Mika, J. M. & McPhillips, J. M. (2016). Guidelines for mainstream crisis support services for survivors (round two): Good Practice Responding to Sexual Violence.
See Inclusive Practice: Māori

Includes the report:
Te Wiata, J. & Smith, R. (2016)
Working with Māori survivors of sexual violence
Wellington: Te Ohaakii a Hine National Network Ending Sexual Violence Together

Eruera, M. (2015)
'Hooked up': Te hononga whaiāipo: Reducing and preventing violence in taitamariki Māori intimate partner relationships
Doctor in Indigenous Studies thesis. Whakatane, Te Whare Wānanga o Awanuiārangi.

E Tu Whānau (2013)
E Tu Whānau: Programme of Action for addressing family violence 2013-2018
Wellington: Family and Community Services, Ministry of Social Development.
See website for updates.

Robertson, N., and others (2013)
Evaluation of the Whānau Ora Wellbeing Service of Te Whakaruruhau: Final report
Hamilton: Māori and Psychology Research Unit, University of Waikato.

Kruger, T., and others (2004)
Transforming whānau violence: A conceptual framework
Wellington: Second Māori Taskforce on Whānau Violence.
An updated version of the report from the former Second Māori Taskforce on Whānau Violence.

Rangihau, J. Te Rangi-Aniwaniwa (1988)
Puao-te-ata-tu: The report of the Ministerial Advisory Committee on a Māori Perspective for the Department of Social Welfare
Wellington: Department of Social Welfare.

For further reading see Conceptual models: Tangata whenua

Pacific communities

Wharewera-Mika, J. M. & McPhillips, J. M. (2016). Guidelines for mainstream crisis support services for survivors (round two): Good Practice Responding to Sexual Violence.
See Inclusive practice: Pacific

Includes the report:
McRobie, S. (2016)
Working with Pacific survivors of sexual violence
Wellington: Te Ohaakii a Hine National Network Ending Sexual Violence Together

Rankine, J., Percival, T. and others (2015)
Pacific peoples, violence, and the Power and Control Wheel
Journal of Interpersonal Violence, first published online

For further reading see Conceptual models: Pacific communities

Asian communities

Wharewera-Mika, J. M. & McPhillips, J. M. (2016). Guidelines for mainstream crisis support services for survivors (round two): Good Practice Responding to Sexual Violence.
See Inclusive practice: Asian; Muslim women

Includes the reports:
Begum, F. & Rahman, A. (2016)
Crisis intervention for Muslim women experiencing sexual violence or assault
Wellington: Te Ohaakii a Hine National Network Ending Sexual Violence Together

Hauraki, J. & Feng, V. (2016)
Working with Asian survivors of sexual violence
Wellington: Te Ohaakii a Hine National Network Ending Sexual Violence Together

Mayeda, D., & Vijaykumar, R. (2015)
Developing intimate partner violence intervention services for youth from migrant communities of colour
A technical report for Shakti Community Council, Inc. based on interviews with youth from Asian and Middle Eastern communities in Auckland, New Zealand
Auckland: University of Auckland.

Sultana, F., & Nair, S. (2011)
Purple dandelion: A Muslim woman's struggle against violence and oppression
Auckland: Exisle.

For further reading see Conceptual models: Asian communities

Young people – relationship violence

Eruera, M. (2015)
'Hooked up' : Te hononga whaiāipo: Reducing and preventing violence in taitamariki Māori intimate partner relationships
Doctor in Indigenous Studies thesis. Whakatane, Te Whare Wānanga o Awanuiārangi.

Mayeda, D. T., Vijaykumar, R. (2015)
Developing intimate partner violence intervention services for youth from migrant communities of colour: A technical report for Shakti Community Council, Inc. based on interviews with youth from Asian and Middle Eastern communities in Auckland, New Zealand.
Auckland: University of Auckland.

Woodley, A., Davis, R., & Metzger, N. (2013)
Breaking the silence but keeping secrets: What young people want to address sexual violence
Auckland: Tu Wahine Trust and HELP (Auckland Sexual Abuse HELP Foundation).

Towns, A., Scott, H. (2013)
‘I couldn’t even dress the way I wanted.’: Young women talk of ‘ownership’ by boyfriends: An opportunity for the prevention of domestic violence?
Feminism & Psychology, 23(4), 536–555.

Ministry of Education (2015)
Relationship education programmes: Guide for schools.
Wellington: Ministry of Education.

Ministry of Education. (2015)
Sexuality education: a guide for principals, boards of trustees and teachers. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

International

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (2017)
Dating Matters: Interactive guide on informing policy
Looking at both organisational policy and public policy, the guide provides a framework for ensuring that the best available data, evidence and practice are included in policy development, implementation and evaluation.

VAWnet (updated 2017)
Special Collection: Preventing and Responding to Teen Dating Violence

Flood, M., Fergus, L., & Heenan, M. (2009)
Respectful relationships education: Violence prevention and respectful relationships education in Victorian secondary schools
Melbourne, Vic: Victoria: Dept. of Education and Early Childhood Development.

Rainbow communities

Wharewera-Mika, J. M. & McPhillips, J. M. (2016). Guidelines for mainstream crisis support services for survivors (round two): Good Practice Responding to Sexual Violence.
See Inclusive practice: LGBTI+

Includes the report:
Dickson, S. (2016)
Doing our best for LGBTIQ survivors
Wellington: Te Ohaakii a Hine National Network Ending Sexual Violence Together

Hohou te Rongo Kahukura – Outing violence (website)

Includes fact sheets, resources, statistics and the report:
Dickson, S. (2016).
Building Rainbow communities free of partner and sexual violence

Wellington: Hohou te Rongo Kahukura

Rainbow Youth & It's not OK Campaign (2015)
‘You, me / us’ booklet
A resource on healthy relationships for sexuality and gender diverse communities.

Disabled people

Wharewera-Mika, J. M. & McPhillips, J. M. (2016). Guidelines for mainstream crisis support services for survivors (round two): Good Practice Responding to Sexual Violence.
See Inclusive practice: People with disability

Includes the report:
Robson, E. (2016)
Everything with us: Report on working with people with disability
Wellington: Te Ohaakii a Hine National Network Ending Sexual Violence Together

Roguski, M. (2013)
The hidden abuse of disabled people residing in the community: An exploratory study
Gisborne: Tairawhiti Community Voice.

Mikton, C., Maguire, H., & Shakespeare, T. (2014)
A systematic review of the effectiveness of interventions to prevent and respond to violence against persons with disabilities
Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 29(17), 3207-3226.

Women with Disabilities Victoria (2014)
Voices against violence (website)

Elder abuse and neglect

Glasgow, K., & Fanslow, J. L. (2007)
Family violence intervention guidelines: Elder abuse and neglect
Wellington: Ministry of Health.

Men

Wharewera-Mika, J. M. & McPhillips, J. M. (2016). Guidelines for mainstream crisis support services for survivors (round two): Good Practice Responding to Sexual Violence.
See Inclusive Practice: Men

Includes the report:
Mitchell, D. (2016)
Working with male survivors of sexual violence
Wellington: Te Ohaakii a Hine National Network Ending Sexual Violence Together

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Top five reads
Definitions
Statistics 
Impacts of violence
Conceptual models
- Tangata whenua
- Pacific communities
- Asian communities
- Gendered analysis
- Public health models
Risk and protective factors
(what 'causes' family violence?)
'What works' reports

Victim/survivors' voices
Primary prevention
Community mobilisation
Integrated family violence system
Intervention
- Intimate partner violence and child abuse and neglect  
- By population group
- By sector
Co-occurring issues
Evaluation
Further reading

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