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Have an opinion on the Glenn Inquiry?

June 12, 2013 at 12:33 PM

The ongoing changes in the Glenn Inquiry leadership and team have generated much conversations in the family violence sector. They are opportune for airing varied views including its Patron Dame Cath Tizard who suggests rebranding in this article. Then there is the opinion piece by Merepeka Raukawa-Tait a member of the Maori Reference Group of the Taskforce for Action on Violence within Families. She insists that 'families themselves are the key. We must work with them to take action to address issues of violence in their homes. Change will only happen when families come first, are strong, safe and prosperous, living with a clear sense of identity.' Read Merepeka's full opinion piece here and an audio interview with Willie on Waatea news here