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Pathways to resilience - Friendship House Annual Family Harm and DV Conference

August 30, 2019 at 2:30 PM

From the NZFVC

When: 17 - 18 October 2019.

Where: Novotel Auckland Ellerslie, 72-112 Green Lane East, Ellerslie, Auckland.

Organised by Friendship House

Cost: $350 (Early bird rate ends 31 July 2019). Registrations close 30 September. Register now

A conference on exploring how whanau and families can be assisted to sustainable resilience.

Key Themes

  • Whānau/Family Resilience
  • Youth/Rangatahi Models of Service
  • Case Studies/ Research Outcomes
  • Intergenerational Family Harm
  • Systemic Models of Service


Thursday 17th October 2019

Key Note Speakers:

  • Dr. Elizabeth Mati
  • Dr Monique Faleafa
  • Lima Hanson
  • Sonia Marsters
  • Julie Moore


  • Peter Thorburn
  • Caroline Wilson
  • Ben Neho | Trish Matthews
  • Ranche Johnson
  • Kyrin Bhula | Dee Gulliver


Friday 18th October 2019

Key Note Speakers:

  • Jan Logie
  • Hon. Carmel Sepuloni
  • Hon. Poto Williams
  • Judge Fraser
  • Nicki Kaye


  • Kyrin Bhula | Dee Gulliver
  • Caroline Wilson
  • Ben Neho | Trish Matthews
  • Brad Hook
  • Natasha Kauika-Stevens

Corrina Thompson | Sarah Ward

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