WAVES News and Events Notices

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Jul
01
News Media
The latest links to media articles on issues that impact on the family violence sector
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Jul
01
From the NZFVC: In observance of Matariki, we highlight Kaupapa Māori approaches to wellbeing and healing
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Jul
01
Consultation
From the Joint Venture: NGOs are invited to contribute their knowledge and information about current child and youth participation mechanisms, to inform the Joint Venture’s understanding of what currently exists and what else may be needed. A short survey has been created to give the Joint Venture information about how community organisations are currently working
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Jul
01
Newsletters
This newsletter includes news about MSD’s work to better support people experiencing family violence and sexual violence. This update includes: Bright Sky App Launch | World Elder Abuse Awareness Day | E Tū Whānau Ann Dysart Kahukura Award | Child Advocates Pilot Site Visit | Family Harm Support Fund Relaunched | Seventh family violence deaths report highlights agencies’ duty of care
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Jul
01
Newsletters
From Te Puna Aonui (Joint Venture): We’re pleased to provide you with our July edition of our E-update. In this newsletter: New Chief Executive, Joint Venture for the Elimination of Family Violence and Sexual Violence has been appointed | Annual Hui – Save the Date | Ministerial Advisory Group – New appointees | Launch of the family violence capability frameworks | Family Violence Death review committee’s seventh report | Oranga Tamariki – Pilot raises awareness of harmful sexual behaviour | Bright Sky App Launch
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Jul
01
Events
Organised by Pacific Women's Watch NZ. Pacific Women's Watch NZ (PWW-NZ) is inviting everyone who participated in the last CEDAW presentation to attend this year's virtual hui. This virtural hui, by Zoom, is to discuss what could be included in the next CEDAW report that PWW-NZ will be submitting next year. Tuesday 5 July 2022, 7-8pm, online, free
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Jul
01
Newsletters
The latest update from GUINZ includes: Growing Up team research | New app trial underway for Growing Up's Leading Lights | Connection to te ao Māori supports exclusive breastfeeding | Growing Up events | and more
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Jul
01
Events
From Growing Up in New Zealand: The University of Auckland's Centre for Longitudinal Research - He Ara ki Mua - is holding an inaugural research conference: “Whakarongo mai – hear our voices”, celebrating a decade of evidence from the Growing Up in New Zealand longitudinal study. The three-day conference, from the 12th - 14th of July 2022, will showcase the Centre’s high quality research outputs and their impact as a result of academic and policy partnerships. It is being held in the Main Atrium of Building 505 at the Grafton Campus, University of Auckland. Full registration $455.00, student registration $255.00
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Jul
01
Events
The Joint Venture Business Unit invite you to save the date for the first Te Aorerekura annual hui: Wednesday 27 July 2022 – Thursday 28 July 2022. Please note, this year’s annual hui will be held online
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Jul
01
Events
Organised by Barnardos NZ, Social Workers Registration Board and Aotearoa New Zealand Association of Social Workers. Join the annual social service symposium showcasing indigenous knowledge, practice and research. A one day Live-Streamed event committed to culturally responsive practice and meeting Te Tiriti o Waitangi obligations. Wednesday 3 August, 9am - 4.30pm, online, $90
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Jul
01
Events
Organised by Te Atawhai o Te Ao. Symposium of Māori experiences of intergenerational trauma and recovery. Te Atawhai o Te Ao welcomes registration to attend and submission of abstracts for this Symposium from current Master’s and doctoral Māori students, those who have completed their studies, community researchers, whānau, hapū, iwi, service providers and others who are interested in Māori experiences of intergenerational trauma and healing. Friday 19 August 2022, 9am-5pm, online, free
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Jul
01
Training
Organised by 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. 23 August 2022, 9am – 4pm, Henderson, $185.00 plus GST per person
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