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Only arrest helped a man stop family violence

November 21, 2013 at 11:01 AM

This is a telling story of a man who eventually changed his ways and stopped causinf hurt and damage to his family with his violence. It did not come easily but. It took an arrest, and sadly this happens alot.

Great to see the White Ribboncampaign growing in NEw Zealand and globally in an international movement of engaging men positively and effectively to stop violence against women and children.

Read Eru's story here

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