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Please email Te Rito Rodney if you can help in their Vulnerable Children's Bill select committee hearing

November 21, 2013 at 9:52 AM

Te Rito Rodney Family Violence Prevention Project will be doing a teleconference submission about their submission to the Vulnerable Children’s Bill. 

One of the items in their submission regards the recent closure due to insufficient funding of local programmes which support children and families. 

To highlight some of these programmes in speaking to the Select Committee please email Diane Woolson Neville and Mandi Gregory, co-coordinators if you are aware of local programmes or services which have recently closed.


Category: White Paper for vulnerable children