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Apr
09
News Media
The latest links to media articles on issues that impact on the family violence sector
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Apr
09
Job Vacancies
Kāhui Tū Kaha are advertising for the Korimako (NGO Co-ordinator) roles. Applications close 16th April 2021
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Apr
09
Job Vacancies
Kindred Family Services in Helensville are currently recruiting for three roles: Tāne Support Worker, Crisis Line Cover, and Family Support Social Worker
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Apr
09
Job Vacancies
Te Whare o Ngā Tūmanako Māori Women’s Refuge in West Auckland is advertising for the following positions: Manager, Administrator, Whānau Protect Coordinator and Programme Coordinator/Community Advocate
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Apr
09
Newsletters
The latest Oranga Tamariki Update includes information on: COVID-19 | Tsunami preparation | Separation of ‘CARMSA’ shared services | MSD recruitment update | Have your say on new Family Violence and Sexual Violence practitioner & organisational tools | Oranga Tamariki Sexual Violence Project Update | Oranga Tamariki email addresses | Social Worker Registration | Information Sharing Workshops | The Hear Me See Me campaign is now live | Just Sayin' - experiences of rangatahi
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Apr
09
Submissions
From the JVBU: We are reaching out to invite you to give your feedback on the Specialist Family Violence Organisation Standards (SOS) and the Specialist Family Violence Entry to Expert Workforce Capability Framework (E2E). The Specialist Family Violence Organisation Standards (SOS) are focused on lifting the capability of specialist family violence practitioners. The standards are intended to promote ‘ongoing development of, and reflection on, safe, holistic and effective specialist organisational practice’ (SOS). The Entry to Expert Framework (E2E) defines family violence workforce capabilities at different practice levels: from foundational to expert. The capabilities will inform practice and development of family violence practitioners in order to provide a well-informed specialist workforce and support the start of a FV practitioner career pathway
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Apr
09
Events
Organised by a range of different groups, organisations and activists. Saturday 10 April, 2pm at Aotea Square, Auckland CBDOrganised by a range of different groups and organisations. Saturday 10 April, 2pm at Aotea Square, Auckland CBD
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Apr
09
Events
Organised by UNSW Social Policy Research Centre. COVID-19 changed patterns of domestic and family violence, presented new barriers to service use, and prompted rapid changes in models of service delivery and client engagement. Tuesday 13 April 2021, 6-7pm NZST, online (Australia based)
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Apr
09
Research
From the NZFVC: Results from a national family violence survey find women report more economic abuse and coercive controlling behaviours from male partners
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Apr
09
Government
Beehive Press Release: Around 4,000 young New Zealanders negatively impacted by COVID-19 will get support to stay engaged or re-engage in their education journey, Minister for Youth Priyanca Radhakrishnan announced today
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Apr
09
Training
From Child Matters: This workshop focuses on understanding the concept of vulnerability and explores factors that contribute to vulnerability, risk and child abuse. Participants will learn how to identify when children and young people are vulnerable to abuse and neglect, and how to intervene early. Tuesday 13 May, 9am-4pm, Parnell, Auckland
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Apr
01
News Media
The latest links to media articles on issues that impact on the family violence sector
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