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Weekly Media Roundup

July 31, 2014 at 10:40 AM

Well its been a much quieter week on the family violence front this week...


Pledges slowly bringing Kate Shepard back to life:

A national campaign titled #bringbackkate which aims to bring Kate Sheppard back to life as a three metre, 80 kilo, 3D figure is gaining support.

The campaign, launched by Women's Refuge, is using social media to encourage the public to sign a pledge supporting an end to violence against women.



New ambassador for White Ribbon:

A Whangarei man whose sister was killed in a highly public case of domestic violence will today become an ambassador for anti-violence group White Ribbon.  



Parents empowered to settle outside of Court:

According to Justice Minister Judith Collins, more parents are resolving their disputes outside of court following the Government's family justice reforms.


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