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Apr
18
News Media
The latest links to media articles on issues that impact on the family violence sector
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Apr
18
Reports
The New Zealand Family Violence Clearinghouse has today published Issues Paper 14, Ethnic perspectives on family violence in Aotearoa New Zealand
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Apr
18
Training
Grow is hosting a series of workshops about youth suicide delivered by Dr Jonathan Singer. Lives Worth Living: Youth Suicide in 2019 – Wednesday 15 May, Mangere, Auckland | Suicide in Schools: Prevention Assessment, Intervention and Postvention – Thursday 16 May, Mangere, Auckland | Suicide and Technology: Tomorrow’s Tools to Reduce Suicide – Friday 17 May, Mangere, Auckland
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Apr
18
Training
Capacity building workshop for professionals and organisations to respond to forced and underage marriage. Wednesday 15th May, 1pm - 3pm, Three Kings, Auckland
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Apr
18
Government
More than four and a half thousand people from around the country have contacted the national sexual harm helpline: Safe to talk Kōrero mai ka ora, by phone, webchat, text, or email, since the service became available a year ago. “The Coalition Government is committed to building healthy and safe communities by reducing family and sexual violence. Safe to talk Kōrero mai ka ora is just one way we are supporting people affected by sexual harm,” Minister of Social Development Carmel Sepuloni said
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Apr
18
Training
DVFREE Workplace: 'First Responder' Domestic Violence Training - Wednesday 22 May, Kingsland, Auckland | DVFREE Workshop: Creating Effective Domestic Violence Policy & Procedures - Wednesday 22 May, Kingsland, Auckland | Responding effectively to victims of domestic violence - Wednesday 15 May, Kingsland, Auckland
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Apr
18
Job Vacancies
There are two current job vacancies for full-time Court Victim Advisors, one for Auckland City and one for Auckland Region. The Victim Advisor informs victims involved in cases, in the criminal courts, about the progress of their cases; and assists them to participate in the criminal justice process. The service is provided in keeping with the principles of the Victims Rights Act 2002. Both close 3 May
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Apr
18
Community Notices
The Auckland Women's Centre has a range of upcoming courses and workshops for Term 2
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Apr
18
Training
This ten-hour experiential training is highly suitable for people have already gained basic facilitation skills through other training or group experience. Wednesday & Thursday 8 - 9 May, Central Auckland
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Apr
18
Training
This 2-day workshop is for people working with parents, caregivers & families, where anger and distress is impacting children. The focus is on: escalation/de-escalation processes: interventions to take the heat off the child while supporting parents’ development; participants' self-reflection/supervision. 27 - 28 June 2019, Epsom, Auckland
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Apr
18
Submissions
Minister Peeni Henare has announced an extension of time for submissions on the review of the Charities Act 2005. Instead of closing on 30 April, submissions will close on 31 May
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Apr
12
News Media
The latest links to media articles on issues that impact on the family violence sector
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Apr
12
Oranga Tamariki
The Minister for Social Development, Carmel Sepuloni today announced changes to the Government oversight of the children’s system, designed in particular to support the experience of children in the care of Oranga Tamariki
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Apr
12
Submissions
The government is inviting consultation on legislation to support the implementation of the Children, Young Persons, and their Families (Oranga Tamariki) Legislation Act 2017. The deadline to submit your feedback is 24 April 2019
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Apr
12
Events
KidsLink and Waitakere School present "Helping Kids deal with Anxiety" - top tips and take home messages to create calm. Wednesday 29th May, 7-9pm at Waitakere School
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Apr
12
Events
This is a workshop for parents, youth and families from Asian, Middle Eastern and African communities to work together on ensuring young people from migrant and refugee backgrounds can lead lives without fear of violence, within and outside of the home. Saturday 4th May, 2.30-4.30pm at the Wesley Community Centre, Auckland
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Apr
12
Community Notices
The West Auckland Mental Health Trust (known as Te Ata) is a peer run centre providing social, recreational and educational support to people experiencing mental health issues. The centre is based in Henderson and is financed through charitable funds and a partnership with Waitemata DHB. We are currently seeking new members for our Board of Trustees
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Apr
12
Newsletters
From Brainwave Trust. In our Autumn Brainwave Review we look at trauma and children and share research that we hope will bring help bring comfort to family and whānau. We also have a closer look at teens, and how we as adults can actively assist rangatahi to develop the skills they’ll need to thrive
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