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Regional wānanga on primary prevention of family and sexual violence

March 02, 2017 at 6:32 PM

Are you working to grow, or are you interested in healthy relationshipsgender equitysocial connection and/or celebrating diversity?

Do you work in community developmenthealth promotionalcohol & drugshomelessness or the family and sexual violence sectors? This regional wānanga on primary prevention of family and sexual violence - from theory to practice is for you.

Learn more about the theory behind primary prevention and experience some great examples of it in action.

  • Hear Dr Leland Ruwhiu and Dr Moana Eruera on primary prevention and Te Ao Māori, case studies from E Tu Whānau and more inspirational stories
  • Participate in a short workshop on activating community-led primary prevention.
  • Be part of the Auckland Humanity Project – a crowd-sourced social media campaign. 

What: Primary prevention of family and sexual violence - from theory to practice

When: Friday 24 March, 9:00am – 4.00pm

Where: Hoani Waititi Marae, 451 West Coast Road, Glen Eden, Auckland

RSVP: Please RSVP to communityempowerment@aucklandcouncil.govt.nz by Friday 10 March and include any access and dietary requirements. Please note spaces are limited.

Agenda and pre-readings will be sent once RSVPs have been confirmed. If you require any further information please contact Natia Tucker - natia.tucker@aucklandcouncil.govt.nz

This second regional wānanga is an action of the multi-sector action plan to prevent family, whānau and sexual violence in Auckland. The wānanga is hosted by Auckland Council with the support of the Accident Compensation Corporation.



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