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The recent release by Family First purporting to uncover 'inconvenient truths' does not present all the facts.
The National Network of Stopping Violence, Te Kupenga, advises a change in venue for its Māori best practice training seminar, Kia Rangatira Te Mahi, beginning in the South Island this morning (Mon
A hui for Kai Tahu practitioners working with Māori victims and perpetrators of family and domestic violence – the first to be held in the South Island – is attracting registrations from throughout
Anti-violence workers fear domestic violence victims will fail to seek help as a result of new fees to be charged for parenting orders and matrimonial property hearings by the Family Court from Jul
Frontline family violence agencies are fearful for the safety of domestic violence victims amid growing concerns of impending funding cuts to co-ordinated interagency collaborations.
An innovative and ground-breaking workshop promoting youth non-violence is coming to Taumarunui, Invercargill, Christchurch and Kaikoura in the month of May.
A hui for practitioners working with Māori whānau and men who are victims and perpetrators of family and domestic violence will be hosted by the National Network of Stopping Violence, Te Kupenga, t
An innovative and ground-breaking workshop promoting youth non-violence is coming to west and south Auckland this week.
An expatriate New Zealander working at the cutting edge of domestic violence prevention in the USA will headline a series of nationwide workshops to be hosted by the National Network of Stopping Vi
Te Kupenga – the National Network of Stopping Violence – will host the Māori best practice hui, 'Kia Rangatira te
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