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Protect our Children

August 21, 2013 at 4:06 PM

While government proposals under its Family Action Plan are commendable, they needs to be balanced with growing whanau and community responsibility to stop child abuse.

Abuse to unborn children in their mother's womb is equally as important to prevent. Especially so if the pregnant mothers have a history of residential care or drug alcohol and substance abuse.

You can read this opinion here and this editorial piece

Category: White Paper for vulnerable children