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The Minister for Māori Development and Whānau Ora talks about the series of hui whakahononga around the motu, and shares his commitment for the White Ribbon campaign against domestic violence.
An anti-violence network is celebrating the publication of two indigenous best practice manuals for the delivery of Māori men’s stopping violence programmes.
The Minister of Māori Affairs, Hon Te Ururoa Flavell, will endorse the publication of two indigenous best practice manuals to support the delivery of Māori men’s stopping violence programmes at a f
The White Ribbon Campaign welcomes Judge Peter Boshier as the chair of the White Ribbon Committee.
Aotearoa NZ Response Based Practice Community presents the Response Based Practice in Action Workshop Series 2013
The National Network of Stopping Violence, Te Kupenga, issued a media statement for White Ribbon Day 2012 earlier today (Sunday 25 November 2012).
Anti-violence campaigner Brian Gardner is challenging the Government to step up domestic violence prevention or face more horrific murders of women at the hands of their male partners.
New Zealand domestic and family violence experts will debate the next steps in mobilising Kiwi men towards effective action at a major Australasian conference this month (November).
Te Kupenga – the National Network of Stopping Violence – is an official supporter of an Australasian conference promoting indigenous dialogue and collaboration.
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