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A major transformation in the way health and social services are designed and delivered to New Zealand families will be the subject of a special panel discussion at the 2011 national domestic violence conference next month (June).
An innovative and ground-breaking project promoting youth non-violence is coming to Whanganui this week (May 25-26).
A regional family violence campaign to raise awareness of domestic violence amongst young people and their families will be launched in the Hawke’s Bay today (Thursday May 19 at 4.00 PM).
MPs from the major political parties will front up on the issue of family violence at the national conference of Te Kupenga – the National Network of Stopping Violence – in June. 
An innovative and ground-breaking project promoting youth non-violence is launching a new-look website as well as special training for youth workers.RAP: Respect All People – Whakamana Tang
Te Kupenga – the National Network of Stopping Violence – is concerned that new laws aimed at preventing child abuse may unfairly penalise women.
The latest police statistics show that community and government initiatives to reduce domestic violence are saving lives, saving money and making a difference to thousands of New Zealanders – so sa
Te Kupenga Whakaoti Mahi Patunga / National Network Stopping Violence Services Strategic Relationships and Advocacy Manager Brian Gardner predicts today’s welfare reforms will result in more domest
The National Network of Stopping Violence Services (NNSVS) is delighted that the Prime Minister John Key has agreed to be a White Ribbon Day ambassador. 
New Zealand remains a 'domestic violence' capital of the world so it’s important to 'high five' the men who don’t, according to Brian Gardner, from the National Network of Stopping Violence Services (NNSVS).
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