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Tu Wahine Trust and HELP launch joint research findingds

November 13, 2013 at 9:44 AM

Tu Wahine Trust and HELP (Auckland Sexual Abuse HELP Foundation) are ready to launch their Joint Research of Sexual Violence Service Needs of Auckland Youth in Aotearoa New Zealand.

Date: Friday 22nd November.
Time: 1pm to 4.pm
Location: Eden Park 
Opening the launch:
Hon Pita Sharples & Hon Chester Borrows

There are three parts to the work.
1) Investigate the psycho-social service needs of young people aged 13 to 18 year old who are affected by sexual abuse and;
2) To evaluate whether the services provided by Auckland Sexual Abuse HELP are meeting these needs and are effective,
3) Scope an evaluation of Tu Wahine services for young people

The main focus of the launch will be to present the findings of part 1, which is the investigation of the psycho-social service needs of young people who are affected by sexual abuse based on interviews of over 100 young people and providers. 

This research and its findings on sexual abuse fills the gap in research originating from Aotearoa/New Zealand limits, in building capability of Maori culturally-centred services and local solutions to local needs.

You can get more information on this flyer



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