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White Ribbon 2015 Workshop

March 18, 2015 at 5:08 PM

Kia ora koutou,

The focus for this year’s White Ribbon Campaign is on sexual violence and the issue of consent. We are holding two workshops (in Auckland and Wellington) to bring together experts, agencies, interested organisations, government departments and the public to help us shape the campaign.

We need to ensure we know the extent of the problem in NZ, have the relevant local and international research on both the issue and possible solutions.  To do this we need your help as the campaign will be shaped by the ideas in our communities, so now is your opportunity to take part in a positive campaign aimed at men and boys.

Auckland Workshop
Tuesday 14 April 10:00am – 2:00pm
Tea and coffee provided with sandwiches for lunch
Venue: Fickling Centre, 546 Mt Albert Road, Three Kings, Waikowhai Room
Parking available on site
Join White Ribbon and co-hosts Rape Prevention Education -Whakatu Mauri and Auckland Council to help shape this important campaign

Spaces are limited so to register please click here:

Category: White Ribbon Day