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A Report on Attitudes to Family Violence in Fiji

January 23, 2014 at 11:04 AM

The latest national report on women and violence in Fiji, and attitudes to family violence is full of insights that can inform our work in the sector. It is particularly relevant in the ethnic communities and definitely in the Waitakere TaskForce project on the Fiji Indian Family Violence Prevention campaign launched during White Ribbon Week 2013. This report holds very helpful pointers that can be usefully developed and applied.

If you want to read the PDF report, click here. Or you can borrow a copy from the WAVES library

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