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Sexual Violence Prevention Hui & Survey 2017

May 04, 2017 at 4:55 PM


We’d like to invite you to an opportunity to discuss the draft National Sexual Violence Prevention Strategy and what you would like in a sexual violence prevention action plan.

We know there has been a lot of work done, especially in the past eight years, and that the sexual violence prevention sector and stakeholders have given their time and shared their expertise in previous consultations and reviews. The draft Strategy is based on recommendations and findings from those previous reviews and consultation.

What will the hui be about?

The hui will be about working together on the Strategy and drafting the first three-year sexual violence prevention action plan, based on the draft Strategy’s key focus areas and priorities. Before the hui begin we’ll send you the draft Strategy and outline the focus areas for the hui.

Hui times and locations


15 May


12.00pm – 3.00pm

Flames Hotel

Waverley Road, Onerahi, Whangarei



16 May


10.00am – 1.00pm

Malaeola Centre

16 Waokauri Place, Mangere, Auckland



17 May


10.00am – 1.00pm

Ventura Inn and Suites

23 Clarence Street, Hamilton


Please RSVP to Please include the location in the subject line.

What if I can’t make it or want to send you information another way?

We know that everyone is really busy and that there are a number of government led consultation sessions happening at the moment so you might not be able to make it.

Before the hui begin we’ll send you a survey. This survey will be based on the information we’ll talk about at the hui. We plan to send the survey out on Thursday 11 May.

How to keep up-to-date with progress

If you know of anyone who'd like to attend the hui, complete the survey or be kept updated please forward them this email. To subscribe all they need to do is include the word ‘REGISTER' in the subject line of an email addressed to


For more information you can download the invitation here, and the Sexual Violence Prevention Workstream Timeline can be downloaded here.

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