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Westgate a top ten child abuse site!

August 15, 2013 at 10:25 AM

The latest CPAG (Child Poverty Action Group) reasearch reported the top 10 sites with the highest recorded rates of child abuse in New Zealand.

Based on the CYFs 2009-2012 data CPAG found Westgate in that top 10 with Papakura rated highest.

The report concludes that 'the ten the proposition that child abuse is associated with deprivation' and also 'the strong link between socioeconomic deprivation and ethnicity as an explanation.'


Read more on this report here.






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