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Tāmaki Makaurau – E Tu! Regional Wānanga

August 06, 2015 at 1:43 PM

The Auckland Plan has a vision for Auckland to become the world’s most liveable city.  To achieve this vision, the Auckland plan acknowledges that family, whānau and sexual violence must be addressed.  It recognises that Auckland is a highly complex, disparate, multi-ethnic environment that requires a unique strategy to address family, whānau and sexual violence in a cohesive and co-ordinated manner.

Auckland's Collective Action Plan 'Tāmaki Makaurau – E Tu! Working together to end violence in Auckland'is now nearing completion. The Tangata Whenua Sector Caucus, E Tu Whānau and Auckland Councilwould like to invite you to attend the first regional wānanga, to be held on Thursday 13 August at Papakura Marae. 

Draft Plan


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