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   Weekly Media Roundup
   Waitematā Police: Family Harm Risk Assessment and Triage Pilot
   Oranga Tamariki Update for Providers and Partners: COVID-19 edition #12
   Community Building Blocks
   Webinar: Progressing NZ’s Child and Youth Wellbeing Strategy in a COVID-19 context
   Vacancies at HIPPY Henderson
   Workshop: A Solution Focused Approach to Severe Trauma & Stress Recovery
   Weekly Media Roundup
   Joint Venture Budget Special Newsletter – May 2020
   Oranga Tamariki Update for Providers and Partners: COVID-19 edition #11
   Better than before: sustainable social service practice post-covid
   Job Vacancy at Lifewise: Social worker or whānau worker
   Major boost in support for caregivers and children
   Webinar: LGBTIQ inclusive primary prevention in conversation with Rainbow Health Victoria
   Developing practices for cultural diversity within mainstream organizations
   Good Info Sharing for Child Wellbeing: Adapting Practice for the Covid-19 Context
   Feedback on the COVID-19 Psychosocial and Mental Wellbeing Recovery Plan
   Weekly Media Roundup
   Budget 2020: Funding for family violence services
   Family Action: Covid-19 Level 2 Operating Procedures
   Oranga Tamariki Update for Providers and Partners: COVID-19 edition #10
   Extra mental health support for at risk groups
   $62 million package to support families through the Family Court
   Webinar: Coercive Controlling Violence with Considerations during COVID-19
   What kind of future do we want for women, particularly Wāhine Māori, after Covid-19?

Weekly Media Roundup

October 02, 2015 at 8:07 AM

Cruelty in homes escalating:

Body parts bitten off, maimed from severe burns and footprints left on their heads from being stomped on - experts believe the brutality of attacks on women by their male partners is worsening.

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Campaign under way to back Chris Brown's entry into NZ:

The promoter of Chris Brown's concert has been seeking help from organisations to get the US singer, who has been convicted of assault and threatening to kill, into New Zealand.

Whether his concert in Auckland on 18 December goes ahead is still in doubt because he needs a special waiver to enter New Zealand.

But support for Brown from the likes of Dame Tariana Turia has shocked a Māori family violence worker.

Read more...

See also:

Dame Tariana Turia gets behind Chris Brown's NZ tour... Radio NZ

Chris Brown and our domestic violence double standards... 3News

Not enough evidence to show Chris Brown has reformed... NZHerald

 

These are not crimes of love, they are crimes of ownership:

The murder of yet another woman prompted a High Court judge this week to condemn the attitude of men who claim "ownership" over their partners. We ask again: when will this country say enough's enough?

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See also:

Man jailed for life for stabbing wife to death... NZherald

 

New Judge signals he will be tough on family violence:

GISBORNE’S new resident judge has signalled his determination to get tough on family violence.

Police yesterday sought to have charges against Juda Earle Tekahu withdrawn when the complainant refused to front at a judge-alone trial in Gisborne District Court.

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Zonta honours Lesley Elliott MNZM:

Lesley Elliott was honoured as the ‘Zonta New Zealand Woman of the Biennium’ at the Zonta International, District 16, National Conference held in Rotorua recently.

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Call for law to protect disabled from abuse:

The law does not protect disabled people from domestic violence even though they're more likely to fall victim to it, say disability advocates.

CCS, IHC, and the Disabled Person's Assembly have lodged a joint submission to the government, which is considering changes to the law.

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Ernie awards:

Each September, more than 300 women come together at New South Wales Parliament House to judge the most sexist remarks made by Australian public figures in the fields of politics, media, sport, celebrity and justice.

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