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An ongoing duty to care: Responding to survivors of family violence homicide

March 10, 2023 at 2:41 PM

From the Health Quality & Safety Commission New Zealand -

This eighth report builds on the Family Violence Death Review Committee’s seventh report, which challenged us all, as a society, to reflect on and keep questioning how we demonstrate our care for one another.

It illustrates the ripples that are created from a homicide event by drawing on experiences that have been shared with the Committee through in-depth reviews.

It also clearly documents the lived experiences associated with the lack of support available for survivors of a family violence homicide, and the gaps that exist within financial and social support systems.

Click here for more information and links to the report

Category: Reports