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NZFVC Quick Reads: 13 June 2024

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NZFVC Quick Reads: 13 June 2024 Welcome to our Quick Reads format. Each week we share selected news bites relevant to family violence and sexual violence in Aotearoa. See all past NZFVC Quick reads. Mental Health and Wellbeing Commission report on...

Call for proposals for Te Tāmata Tipu, national sexual violence conference 2024

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Call for proposals for TOAH-NNEST conference Te Ōhaakii ā Hine – National Network for Ending Sexual Violence Together (TOAH-NNEST) is inviting proposals for presentations and workshops for the bi-annual National Sexual Violence Conference. Proposals...

NZFVC Quick Reads: 10 June 2024

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NZFVC Quick Reads: 10 June 2024 Welcome to our Quick Reads format. Each week we share selected news bites relevant to family violence and sexual violence in Aotearoa. See all past NZFVC Quick reads. Recording available for A Litany of Sound...

Budget 2024: Overview from the NZFVC

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Budget 2024 In announcing the Budget, the Government emphasised tax relief through savings from the public sector, and funding for frontline services in health, education and law and order, with Prime Minister Christopher Luxon saying: "By...

Te Puna Aonui and ACC workforce survey open

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Te Puna Aonui and ACC workforce survey open  Te Puna Aonui and ACC are inviting people to give feedback through the Agents of Change Survey. The online survey is open until 17 June 2024. The survey is for anyone working to prevent and respond to...

Tāmaki Makaurau | Auckland Family Violence and Sexual Violence Pacific Practitioners Fono

Event 27 Jun 2024

***Please register no later then Monday 10 June*** Guest speaker: Fuimaono Karl Pulotu-Endemann  Attend the Tāmaki Makaurau Family Violence and Sexual Violence Pacific Practitioners Fono to listen to guest speakers, attend trainings and workshops...

Pre-Budget 2024 announcements; impacts from budget cuts for government agencies

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Pre-Budget 2024 Announcements The Government will release Budget 2024 on 30 May 2024. In the lead up, the Government has made funding announcements. Finance Minister Nicola Willis made announcements related to the Government's work on social...

NZFVC Quick Reads: 23 May 2024

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NZFVC Quick Reads: 23 May 2024 Welcome to our Quick Reads format. Each week we share selected news bites relevant to family violence and sexual violence in Aotearoa. See all past NZFVC Quick reads. Te Puna Aonui and ACC survey of violence...

Kōrero and reflections about Violence within Whānau and Mahi Tūkino — A Litany of Sound Revisited

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This webinar was held on 22 May 2024. Watch the recording of the webinar and read Violence within Whānau and Mahi Tūkino — A Litany of Sound Revisited. For an overview of the Litany of Sound Revisited see our news story New report compiles decades...

Recognising and responding to coercive control and systemic entrapment

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This event was held on 11 March 2024 at the University of Auckland | Waipapa Taumata Rau in Auckland. Watch the recording from the event or view the slides. About the event In this panel, researchers and academics from Aotearoa and Australia...

NZFVC Quick Reads: 16 May 2024

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NZFVC Quick Reads: 16 May 2024 Welcome to our Quick Reads format. Each week we share selected news bites relevant to family violence and sexual violence in Aotearoa. See all past NZFVC Quick reads. A reminder that our NZFVC 2024 survey is still open...

New report on women, trans and non-binary peoples experience with police responses to violence

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New report on victim | survivor experience with police responses The Backbone Collective and Hohou te Rongo Kahukura have published a report that shares findings from a survey of 599 victim | survivors about their experiences with NZ Police...

New report compiles decades of contemporary mātauranga on violence; related webinar

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New report compiles decades of contemporary mātauranga on violence Violence within whānau and mahi tūkino – A litany of sound revisited (2023) is a comprehensive literature review by Professor Denise Wilson (Tainui, Ngāti Porou ki Harataunga,...

NZFVC Quick Reads: 9 May 2024

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NZFVC Quick Reads: 9 May 2024 Welcome to our Quick Reads format. Each week we share selected news bites relevant to family violence and sexual violence in Aotearoa. See all past NZFVC Quick reads. A reminder that our NZFVC 2024 survey is still open...

Constitutional transformation talks and resources

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Constitutional transformation talks and resources Te Aorerekura identifies that "Violence that impacts whānau is rooted in the marginalisation of tangata whenua and societal changes enforced during the colonisation of Aotearoa." Te Kāhui Tika...

UN expert calls for feedback on digital child sexual exploitation

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UN rapporteur call for inputs The UN Special Rapporteur on the sale, sexual exploitation and sexual abuse of children has issued a call for inputs on existing and emerging sexually exploitative practices against children in the digital environment....

NZFVC Quick Reads: 2 May 2024

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NZFVC Quick Reads: 2 May 2024 Welcome to our Quick Reads format. Each week we share selected news bites relevant to family violence and sexual violence in Aotearoa. See all past NZFVC Quick reads. A reminder that our NZFVC 2024 survey is still open...

NZFVC Quick Reads: 24 April 2024

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NZFVC Quick Reads: 24 April 2024 Welcome to our Quick Reads format. Each week we share selected news bites relevant to family violence and sexual violence in Aotearoa. See all past NZFVC Quick reads. Changemaker fund open for applications The...

NZFVC 2024 Survey: We want to hear from you

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The New Zealand Family Violence Clearinghouse (NZFVC) is your national centre for research and information on violence. Fill out the NZFVC 2024 survey Our purpose is to provide access to high quality research and information on violence including...

Safeguarding & Child Protection

Event 10 Jul 2024 to 29 Aug 2024

Attendees will gain an understanding of the impact of child abuse and neglect, including family violence and sexual violence, along with the knowledge of what they can do to prevent and minimise the risk of harm to tamariki and rangatahi. You will...