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Reminder 'Inquiry into the funding of specialist sexual violence social services'

September 18, 2013 at 11:41 AM

We flaged in our last week's e-bulletin this important inquiry that Green MP Jan Logie called for.

Tu Wahine Trust and TOAH-NNEST are two service provider networks in the Sexual Violence prevention and intervention sector. Their work stand to benefit from this government inquiry into public funding in their sector.

We encourage you to be guided by them and make submissions.

You can contact them on their website or Facebook page contacts:

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