Family Violence Research

This page lists recent news about family violence-related research being conducted in New Zealand and internationally. 

For more information about WAVES Trust's research and other projects please go to our projects webpage.

Latest Research News

Jan
31
Research
From the NZFVC: Shama Hamilton Ethnic Women’s Centre has published four papers summarising discussions about sexual violence prevention and response for ethnic communities
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Nov
29
Research
From Family Planning: Parents and caregivers - what do you think about relationships and sexuality education? What resources and information would be helpful for you and your young people? Take our quick survey to let us know
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Nov
22
Research
From Shona Miriam McLeod, PhD student: I am undertaking confidential research into what creates a useful Emergency Department response to women who have experienced abuse by a partner. As part of this research I am seeking staff and volunteers from organisations and community groups who work with women who have experience of family violence. Thursday 12 December, 10-11.30am, Henderson, Auckland
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Nov
08
Research
From the NZFVC: The Backbone Collective is surveying women who have experienced family violence about what longer term support and services they and their children need to help them recover and rebuild their lives
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Nov
08
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From the NZFVC: The recording of our webinar 'Historical trauma and whānau violence' presented by Professor Leonie Pihama is now available online
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Sep
27
Research
The National Collective of Independent Women’s Refuges is conducting a survey to explore how people access information or help regarding family violence. The survey is open to anyone who has been impacted by family violence – including people harmed, people causing harm, thinking about causing harm, concerned friends and family, or other support people
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