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Male DHB staff to take time out to promote White Ribbon Day in Hospital

November 20, 2013 at 5:21 PM

To publicise and support White Ribbon Day Whanganui DHB male staff will leave their work stations and greet and meet staff and visitors to the hospital on International White Ribbon Day this Monday 25 November.

Up and down country New Zealand will witness many of our men, White Ribbon Ambassadors, those that have taken the pledge, White Ribbon Riders, and many more that are stepping up to support the White Ribbon campaign to stop Men's violence against Women.

Read this inspiring story from Whanganui Hospital here

Category: White Ribbon Day