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Graham Barnes from the Battered Women Justice Project in Minnesota, USA, will deliver a series of training workshops on Effective Co-ordinate
Is Bob McCoskrie really putting ‘families first’, writes White Ribbon Ambassador Brian Gardner – national manager of the National Network of Stopping Violence.
The National Network of Stopping Violence, Te Kupenga, is urging all New Zealanders to take a stand against men’s violence.
The National Network of Stopping Violence, Te Kupenga, has launched its flagship newsletter, Te Kupenga, in time for White Ribbon Day 2011 (Friday November 25).
The National Network of Stopping Violence, Te Kupenga, is urging politicians to adopt a tougher law and order stance on family violence. 
A high-profile motorcycle rally championing a violence-free world for women returns to the far North at the end of this month (November).
An innovative and ground-breaking project promoting youth non-violence is coming to the East Coast and the far North in the lead-up to White Ribbon Day 2011.
Our mission at Te Kupenga is to be leaders in violence prevention through advocacy, research and excellence in practice.
A family violence education hui for men involved in the annual White Ribbon motorcycle ride will be held in Northland this weekend (August 19-21 2011).
An innovative and ground-breaking project promoting youth non-violence is coming to Northland this month (August).
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