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2020

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   Weekly Media Roundup
   DVFREE Workplace: 'First Responder' Domestic Violence Training
   Report and recommendations from Māori-led Inquiry into Oranga Tamariki
   Social Wellbeing Agency replaces Social Investment Agency with new approach
   “Safe Relationships and Sexuality” for people with disabilities and their whanau
   Public hearing into the State response to civil redress and civil litigation claims
   Abortion law reform: Select Committee report, next steps
   Vuvale Sautu: Fiji Family Violence Prevention Training Programme
   Links between violent extremism and violence against women
   Working with Victims & Offenders of Domestic Violence in Multiple Settings
   Growing Pasifika Solutions 2020
   ANROWS National Research Conference on Violence against Women and their Children
   Weekly Media Roundup
   Children's Day – Te rā o ngā Tamariki
   Salvation Army State of the Nation report 2020
   Sexuality Education Guide update with Associate Professor Katie Fitzpatrick
   DVFREE Workplace: 'First Responder' Domestic Violence Training
   Fofala Le Fala - NZPsS workshop
   Responding effectively to victims of domestic violence
   Family Court specialist reports: Current issues - NZPsS workshop
   Working together in community-led ways to enable children to flourish
   Challenges and Opportunites for addressing inequities of the NZ justice system
   Ko e Fakatupuolamoui he tau Magafaoa: Niue Family Violence Prevention Training
   Pacific Family Violence Prevention Training (What you need to know)

Mauri Ora Foundation Course in Cultural Competency

July 08, 2013 at 10:24 AM

The online tool that has helped over 6,000 health workers increase their cultural competency in its first year will remain available at no cost, at least until 31 March 2014, confirmed Associate Health Minister Tariana Turia.

“Culture is about much more than simple superficial differences. Health professionals who understand this communicate more effectively and that can make all the difference -especially for those who find it difficult to access the care and services they need,” says Mrs Turia.

Read more and get links to the website here.



Category: Training