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Proposed law changes to make it harder to secure name suppression in court are being welcomed by the National Network of Stopping Violence Services - Te Kupenga Whakaoti Mahi Patunga.
Talk it up – that’s the solution to domestic violence according to Parekotuku Moore from the National Network of Stopping Violence Services.
Most people don’t want to talk about parents who beat up their kids, but it has be to done if children are to heal.
School principals need to be leaders. Kia ora,
NNSVS' response to the Maori Programme of Action for Addressing Family Violence, launched by Minister Turia at the Beehive. The National Network of Stopping Violence Services (NNSVS) welcomes the launch of the Maori Programme of Action for Addressing Family Violence, saying it will support community action to stop mens’ violence. The Associate Minister of Social Development Tariana Turia launched the Maori Programme of Action and the Programme of Action for Pacific Peoples at the Beehive this afternoon (Monday 31 August).
Strong and positive leadership by men is one of the best ways to reduce New Zealand’s shocking domestic violence rates – that’s why the National Network of Stopping Violence Services (NNSVS) 100% endorse the White Ribbon Ambassadors Scheme launched in Manukau city today (Tuesday 15 September 2009). The international scheme was launched in New Zealand at a ceremony at Friendship House today, when Rugby League star Ruben Wiki was announced as the country’s first White Ribbon Ambassador. 
The latest Police Murder Statistics show that work must continue with men who are violent, according to Te Kupenga Whakaoti Mahi Patunga - the National Network of Stopping Violence Services (TKWM
Domestic violence levels in New Zealand would drop significantly, if recommendations from the Law Commission’s report on Curbing Alcohol Harm were accepted, according to Te Kupenga Whakaoti Mahi
New Police Safety Orders will fail unless community groups are given more funding to work with the families at the heart of the violence, says Brian Gardner National Manager of the National Network
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