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Fiji Indian Family Violence Prevention Campaign Launch

November 14, 2013 at 11:06 AM

Come and celebrate this important milestone for the Fiji Indian community as they launch this Family Violence Prevention Campaign in Waitakere.

This campaign is part of the Waitakere Taskforce on Family Violence agenda and it now presents an ocassion to celebrate.

This launch is of the media campaign and resources that are jointly developed with the Its Not OK Campaign.

Special guests include Deputy Mayor Penny Hulse, Family Court Judge Ajit Singh, former Families Commissioner Dr Rajen Prasad and Inspector Rakesh Naidoo.

Details are in this flyer.

Date & Time:  Sunday 24 November 2013 10.30am -12.30pm

Venue:           Kelston Community Centre, 135 Awaroa Road

A light lunch will be served.

Please SVP to Email: Community.wellbeingadmin@aucklandcouncil.govt.nz



Category: Campaigns