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Dec
02
News Media
The latest links to media articles on issues that impact on the family violence sector
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Dec
02
Oranga Tamariki
Beehive Press Release: The Government is adopting the majority of recommendations from an independent review into the actions of government agencies leading up to the death of 5-year-old Malachi Subecz, Minister for Children Kelvin Davis announced today
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Dec
02
Housing
Tenancy Services have published information about legislative changes which enable tenants to withdraw from a tenancy by giving at least two days’ notice to a landlord where a tenant has been a victim of family violence during their tenancy. The written notice of at least two days to end the tenancy must be accompanied by qualifying evidence
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Dec
02
Events
Organised by Australian Institute of Family Studies. Coercive control is the overarching context that intimate partner violence occurs within. Coercive control involves ongoing, repetitive and cumulative tactics that impact the victim-survivor’s autonomy, liberty and equality. Wednesday 7 December 2022, 3-4pm NZDT, online (Australia based), free
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Dec
02
Programmes
From Whāraurau: Beginning in February 2022, the online Triple P programmes (TPOL) have been available to all whānau across the motu at no cost. This is changing. Access to the three online Triple P programmes will be changing to a user pays model. Free access is available until the allocation is exhausted. This is estimated to be mid December 2022
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Dec
02
Royal Commission of Inquiry into Abuse
From the NZFVC: Nominations are open for people to join the design and advisory groups that will help develop the new redress system for survivors of abuse in care. Nominations close 13 December 2022
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Dec
02
Newsletters
The latest update includes: Webinar - Strengths-based reporting and measurement, 16 December, 12-1pm | New best practice guidelines for engaging with children and young people | Implementing the Strategy Review recommendations | Progress updates | and more
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Dec
02
Training
Organised by ECLIPSE: Family Violence Services Ltd. Recognising indicators of harm and protective factors through Risk Analysis - informing targeted safety strategies. Monday 12 December 2022, 9am-12noon, online, $65 + gst
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Dec
02
Pay equity
Te Kawa Mataaho Public Service Commission are running 2 webinars to provide information on next steps for the extension of the pay equity settlement for social workers, and to let you know what is required from your organisation. The same webinar will run twice, please attend one session. They want to make sure everyone who is covered receives the benefits of this extension, so please pass this message on to your contacts in the sector. The dates for the webinars are: Tuesday December 13 2022, 4pm-5pm OR Wednesday December 14 2022, 4pm-5pm
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Dec
02
Events
Organised by Learning Network, Centre for Research & Education on Violence Against Women & Children. Youth may experience coercive control and abuse in the context of adult intimate partner violence, divorce, and separation. It is essential to acknowledge and respect the rights, safety, and well-being of young people navigating such situations. Wednesday 14 December 2022, 7-8.30am NZDT, online (Canada based), free
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Dec
02
Resources
The New Zealand Council of Christian Social Services have published their new Workforce Guide. The Guide is intended to support a better understanding of the workforce of the community, health and social services sector
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Dec
02
Training
Child Matters have a range of Child Protection Trainings in 2023 in the Auckland region including: 5-day Child Protection Programme | 1-day Workshop: Identifying and Responding to Vulnerability and Child Abuse | and 1-hour Pre-recorded Online Training: A. Introduction to Child Protection in NZ OR B. Understanding Childhood Trauma
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Nov
25
News Media
The latest links to media articles on issues that impact on the family violence sector
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Nov
25
White Ribbon Day
From the NZFVC: The 25th of November is White Ribbon Day and the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, which starts the 16 days of activism. Find information about 2022 campaigns and a range of events and resources
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Nov
25
Pay equity
Beehive Press Release: “The Government will extend pay equity to all community and iwi organisations who employ social workers and receive funding from the Crown, Minister for Women Jan Tinetti announced today. We expect this will improve the lives of approximately 4,600 social workers”
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Nov
25
Pay equity
On 24 November 2022 the Government announced an extension of the pay equity settlement for social workers and those in social work roles. Te Kawa Mataaho Public Service Commission have compiled information for community and iwi organisations, funding agencies and the workers who are covered by the extension
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Nov
25
Pacific
From Te Puna Aonui: Inviting interested Pacific service practitioners working in the areas of family violence and/or sexual violence for an opportunity to: understand more about Te Aorerekura National Strategy to Eliminate Family Violence and Sexual Violence | Te Puna Aonui; and discuss the best enduring engagement platforms (existing or creating new) Te Puna Aonui should use to ensure your voices as practitioners inform the ongoing design, delivery, and learning and monitoring across all relevant actions within the Action Plan. Tuesday 29 November, 1-2.30pm, on Zoom
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Nov
25
Training
Organised by Shine RESPOND. Introduction to an intersectional approach to family violence. Wednesday 30 November 2022, 4:30-5:30pm, online, free
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