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Sexual Violence Prevention - ACC Invites you to Information Sharing Sessions

October 13, 2016 at 5:09 PM

*From the New Zealand Family Violence Clearinghouse*

When and where: Between 18 October and 7 November 2016, three hour sessions will be held in the following locations (in date order). Start times vary:

  • Tuesday 18 Oct - Hastings
  • Wednesday 19 Oct - Gisborne
  • Thursday 20 Oct - New Plymouth
  • Tuesday 25 Oct - Wellington
  • Tuesday 25 Oct - Nelson
  • Monday 31 Oct - Whangarei
  • Monday 31 Oct - Auckland Central (CBD)
  • Monday 31 Oct - South Auckland (Mangere)
  • Tuesday 1 Nov - Kaitaia
  • Tuesday 1 Nov - Tauranga
  • Wednesday 2 Nov - Rotorua
  • Thursday 3 Nov - Invercargill
  • Friday 4 Nov - Dunedin
  • Friday 4 Nov - Christchurch
  • Monday 7 Nov - Hamilton
  • Monday 7 Nov - Palmerston North

Organised by ACC.

FreeDownload flyer for venue details and start times (PDF, 457 KB). Register now by email.

Invitation
ACC offer you an opportunity to find out more about the prevention of sexual violence in your community. As someone involved in the development, evaluation, delivery or funding of prevention services for sexual violence, we’d love to hear what you think will have the greatest impact on reducing and preventing harm in your area.

The sessions will be relatively informal and are a great opportunity for us to hear from those people working in sexual violence prevention and consider ways we can work together to reduce harm for all New Zealanders. We can also share with you some data about sexual violence across the country.

What will these sessions be about?
The objectives of these sessions are to talk about the key priorities and outcomes for sexual violence prevention in your area. We’ll have the chance to learn from each other’s’ experiences and understand what government agencies can do to support you. Using data on the prevalence of sexual violence in your region, we’d like to understand from your perspective what your local needs, priority areas and outcomes are to focus on.

Need more information?
Download the fiyer (PDF, 457 KB) for session information, to find out about other ways to provide feedback and how to register for updates.



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