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   Weekly Media Roundup
   Le Va launches new Upstander initiative
   Keeping you updated: COVID-19
   Child protection leads - Safeguarding Children online training
   Supporting Rainbow & Takatāpui Rangatahi and their Whānau
   Network training from ECPAT NZ
   Family Planning Resources Update
   Recognising & responding to grooming - Safeguarding Children online training
   What is the nature and impact of tech facilitated abuse in young people?
   Ministry of Health: Developing a System and Service Framework
   Indigenous perspectives on healing from PTSD - Learning Network (Canada) webinar
   A Conversation about Trans Health and Primary Care - Webinar series
   Weekly Media Roundup
   Budget 2022 funding for family violence and sexual violence
   DVFREE Family Violence Training for Workplace Support People – Auckland
   Child protection in the context of family harm training - ECLIPSE – Online
   Practitioner-Victim Insight Concept (PVIC) - ECLIPSE - Online workshop
   Foundational training for non-specialists - ECLIPSE - Online workshop
   Job Vacancy at Te Whare O Ngā Tūmanako Māori Women’s Refuge: Team Lead
   He Waka Eke Noa - Online Presentation Series - Episode 6 – Webinar
   Shine RESPOND - Level 3 - Advanced 2-day training
   Harmful Digital Communications Act: recent cases, changes and calls for review
   Care in the Community pivots as NZ returns to greater normality
   Oranga Tamariki Pānui
   Weekly Media Roundup

*From the New Zealand Family Violence Clearinghouse*

The Ministry of Social Development has released more documents relating to the collection of individual client level data (ICLD), under the Official Information Act.

The documents released contain a range of material, including internal emails and official advice to Ministers on the proposal to collect client level data from non-government organisations.

The documents can be viewed on the Ministry of Social Development website.

Background information

In May 2017, Ministers Amy Adams and Anne Tolley announced that the Government would not collect ICLD from NGOs until a new data protection and use policy is in place.

The Ministers stated the work would be transferred to the new Social Investment Agency which would "lead a Working Group with Statistics New Zealand and NGOs to agree on an approach to increasing the availability of data in a way that is scalable, and builds and maintains trust and confidence."

For background information see these previous NZFVC news stories:

Updates, events and resources on "social investment" approach (includes recent updates)

Government pauses on collecting individual client level data from NGOs

MSD releases report from review of client level data privacy breach

Government announces independent review of client level data IT system

Privacy Commissioner's report criticises MSD collection of individual client level data

Temporary reprieve for sexual violence services on individual client level data

Research project investigates people’s views of data linkage

Consultations on more proposed government agency information sharing

Government continues work on integrated data and "social investment"

Concerns and public meeting on NGOs and provision of individual client level data

ComVoices paper highlights issues with govt requiring individual client level data

MSD to require individual client level data from community agencies