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July 24, 2014 at 10:40 AM

Impact Collective Report Released:

The Impact Collective have released a report proposing the establishment of an integrated system to better address intimate partner violence (IPV) and child abuse and neglect (CAN).

Read more about the report including related media articles on the NZFVC website


Mangere College adopts anti family violence campaign:

Mangere College in South Auckland is spreading the anti-family violence message by adopting the "Its not OK" campaign.



Catriona MacLennan: Strangling law will help tackle domestic violence:

Catriona MacLennan responds to last week's opinion piece by Warren Brookbank on proposed law reform creating a separate offence of strangulation.



Refuge disappointed about Collin's comment:

Women's Refuge is disappointed at a comment by Justice Minister Judith Collins that women won't want to seek its aid because it helps the partners of gang members.



Maori Language Week:

This week is Maori Language Week, and the theme for this year is 'Te Kupu o te Wiki' - The Word of the Week. Check out this article about a couple of young Westie gentlemen, looking to see the correct spelling and pronounciation of Waitakere... 



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