WAVES News and Events Notices

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Sep
30
News Media
The latest links to media articles on issues that impact on the family violence sector
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Sep
30
Newsletters
The latest update from the Ministry of Social Development includes: Whanau Resilience — poroporoaki | EARS visits in Auckland | Understanding long-term sexual violence support needs | Te Ara Pae Trust | Transgender, takatāpui, intersex communities — a survey
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Sep
30
Events
Organised by Auckland University Law Review. The annual Auckland University Law Review Symposium is an important initiative and Review tradition. It is an opportunity for students, practitioners, academics and the wider public to come together to learn from and engage with an esteemed guest. This year’s Symposium will be presented by Chief District Court Judge Heemi Taumaunu, and chaired by Professor Julia Tolmie. Tuesday 4 October 2022, 6-7.30pm, University of Auckland City Campus, Auckland, free
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Sep
30
Resources
From the NZFVC: Resources developed through the Harmonised project are available to support tamariki healthy intimate partner relationships
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Sep
30
Training
Organised by Pasefika Proud. This cultural training has been developed to target qualified Pacific practitioners such as social workers, counsellors etc., either working specifically with Pacific families in the area of family violence or who are working with Pacific families and deal with family violence incidences or support as part of their wider work. Thursday 6 October 2022, 9am-4pm, Manukau. Free. Places limited. Preference is given to Pacific and non-Pacific practitioners working with Pacific families
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Sep
30
Events
Organised by Kia Puāwai | Youth Horizons Trust. Freshen Up 3! Youth Worker Symposium created for Youth Workers and Mentors active in the West Auckland area. Friday 7th October 2022, 9am - 3:45pm, Te Atatu Peninsula, free
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Sep
30
Submissions
From the NZFVC: New community surveys are inviting feedback about police responses to victim-survivors and Takatāpui and Rainbow Elders experiences and needs
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Sep
30
Training
Organised by Shine RESPOND. Increase and hone your skills to provide comprehensive practical support to people experiencing family violence. Build on your existing understanding and experience to explore the complexity of risk and how to make accurate assessments and understand client-led and client-centered interventions. Tuesday 18 October 2022, 9am-4pm, Auckland, $414
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Sep
30
Training
The Grief Centre have a number of upcoming webinars: The Nature of Trauma - Wednesday 19 October, 1pm – 3pm | The Impact of Domestic Violence - Thursday 20 October, 1pm – 3pm | Understanding Post-traumatic Growth - Wednesday 26 October, 10am – 12pm
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Sep
30
Newsletters
The latest newsletter from the Independent Children’s Monitor includes an update on the expansion of their monitoring following the passing of the Oversight of the Oranga Tamariki System Act
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Sep
30
Resources
Ending Violence tells an intimate story of how Botswana is leading the world in violence prevention education, through the eyes of two preschool students Martin and Anele. This short impact documentary is available to view on Vimeo now
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Sep
30
Submissions
From the NZFVC: The government is inviting public submissions on the Accessibility for New Zealanders Bill by 7 November 2022
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