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.