Family Violence Awareness and Prevention Campaigns

WAVES Trust develops, coordinates, and/or participates in a number of violence awareness and prevention campaigns in Waitakere.

We are linked with the government funded It's Not OK Campaign and annually support the White Ribbon Day Campaign.

Visit our Campaign webpages to see what's on at the moment and find opportunities to contribute, participate, and benefit!

Latest Campaigns News

Jul
16
Campaigns
From the NZFVC: E Tū Whānau is launching a new Spoken Word Competition and has kicked off the 2021/22 Rangatahi Film Challenge
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Jul
02
Campaigns
From the NZFVC: The Office for Seniors has launched a campaign for World Elder Abuse Awareness Day
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May
21
Campaigns
Careerforce received funding to develop a campaign aimed at promoting career pathways in care and support and attracting greater workforce diversity. The tagline for the campaign is “The life you change might be your own”
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May
14
Campaigns
From the Fairer Future Collaboration: Across Aotearoa people are taking action to build a future we can all be proud of. Where everyone - whether they're in paid work or not, disabled, volunteering, learning, caring for children or other whānau members - has a liveable income. Creating healthier, happier communities requires many people working in many different ways. It means each of us doing what we can with the unique energy, insights and opportunities we have
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Mar
12
Campaigns
Beehive Press Release: Today marks Children’s Day / Te Rā o Ngā Tamariki and the Minister for Children, Kelvin Davis is asking all New Zealanders to think about their responsibility to support the lives of the tamariki in their communities and to make this a special day for celebrating them
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Mar
12
Campaigns
From the NZFVC: The theme for International Women's Day (IWD) 2021 (celebrated on 8 March globally) is ‘Choose to Challenge’. In line with this theme, this article highlights the Mana Wāhine claim taken to the Waitangi Tribunal alleging prejudice to wāhine Māori as a result of Treaty breaches by the Crown
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