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Multi Sector Action Plan hui Auckland

December 05, 2013 at 1:39 PM

Attached and you can download here is the document that overviews this draft proposal for developing the Multi-Sector Action Plan to prevent family, whanau and sexual violence. If you are keen to contribute on what action we will take together RSVP Kelly.

There is also a draft terms of reference for family and sexual violence sector representation on a multi-sector working group to develop the action plan.

All this information will be presented at next week’s hui and we will have plenty of time for questions and discussion.

If you are unable to attend next week’s hui feel free to send your thoughts on to Kelly. 

Hui Details

Date & time: Wednesday 11 December, 9am -2pm

Venue: Western Springs Hall, 956 Great North Rd, opposite Western Springs park

Also all information from previous hui is on the Family Violence Clearinghouse website:

Contact Kelly Maung  on Phone 09 301 0101 Extn (42) 9036  Mobile 021 244 7518 or Email

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