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MPHS Bullying Study

May 09, 2013 at 11:28 AM

News from Violence Free Waitakere:

This scoping study was developed to focus on the McLaren Park Henderson South (MPHS) area in West Auckland. The purpose of the study is to inform a longer term project that aims to contribute to the creation of less bullying in MPHS, and a safer and stronger local community more generally. More specifically, this scoping study will inform an application to the Te Punanga Haumaru Fund, due in May 2013. It will also inform the development of a local Action Plan that aims to reduce bullying in MPHS, regardless of whether the aforementioned application is successful. ...

Read the full report here or a summary of findings here.

Category: Research