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Faith communities say no to violence

December 10, 2012 at 3:39 PM

More than 40 New Zealand religious leaders have taken a joint stand today against violence towards women or children.

The 35 men and six women, representing 29 organisations, have promised to encourage their believers to report family violence, hold perpetrators to account and support victims, and to train their clerics and other staff in how to respond to family violence and work with anti-violence agencies....read more.

Uesifili UNasa (left), Zain Ali and Rob McKay helped pull together the faiths involved in the joint statement.
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Uesifili UNasa (left), Zain Ali and Rob McKay helped pull together the faiths involved in the joint statement. 

 



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