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Expert Advisory Group on Family Violence Survey

October 16, 2013 at 11:57 AM

There is a sense of unrealistic pressure or demand on community organisations which were asked to complete the syrvey to inform the work of the newly appointed Expert Advisory Group.

Making WAVES reported on this last week. Although organisations expressed dismay at the short notice to complete the monkey survey in 48 hours, some 200 online responses have reached the Family Violence Unit in MSD.

However a week of extension was since allowed to accomdate the needs for consultation and organisations resources on the ground to make an informed response.

Minister Tariana Turia is confident this survey will inform the budget 2014 and allocations for the sector.

You can read the news article here.

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