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Jul
03
News Media
The latest links to media articles on issues that impact on the family violence sector
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Jul
03
Events
Organised by the NZFVC. Webinar presented by Dr Neville Robertson and Rachel Smith. Thursday 9 July 2020, 11am-12.30pm, online
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Jul
03
Training
Organised by TOAH-NNEST. This webinar introduces the basics of trauma informed sexual violence prevention education. Friday 10 July 2020, 11am-12noon, online
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Jul
03
Government
From the NZFVC: The Government has announced up to 40 new "Curriculum Leads." These roles will work directly with schools, kura, early learning services and kōhanga reo to support the teaching of mental health and healthy relationships
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Jul
03
Resources
Issues Paper 16 from the NZFVC, written by Fuafiva Fa'alau and Sharyn Wilson
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Jul
03
Events
From the NZFVC: Using Mahi a Atua to create 'Te Kūwatawata ki Hauraki' - a new immediate response service for whānau in distress. Organised by Community Research. Monday 13 July 2020, 11am-12noon, online
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Jul
03
Reports
From the Mental Health and Wellbeing Commission: The Initial Commission’s interim report, He Ara Oranga - Mānuka Takoto, Kawea Ake / Upholding the Wero Laid in He Ara Oranga, provides a check-in on progress of Government's response to He Ara Oranga, the inquiry into mental health and addictions. It focuses on four initial priority areas, and offers advice to consider in these early days of system transformation
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Jul
03
Events
From the NZFVC: Women and children living with violence can experience inconsistent responses from different service systems. While domestic and family violence (DFV) services often focus on supporting them to separate from men who use violence, the family law system generally allows contact between parents who use violence and their children. Organised by CFCA in collaboration with ANROWS. Wednesday 22 July 2020, 3-4pm NZST, online (Australia based)
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Jun
26
News Media
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Jun
25
Reports
In May 2020, Philanthropy New Zealand surveyed 120 of its philanthropic and grantmaker member organisations to gain a snapshot in time of the impacts of COVID-19 on their funding and approaches. PNZ undertook the survey because many of the investments and revenue streams of funders, that provide the money they distribute, have been affected. Philanthropic funders and grantmakers are also seeing changed demand for funding given greater community need
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Jun
25
Programmes
Plunket have released the Auckland schedule for Parenting Through Separation through the months of July, August and September 2020
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Jun
25
Reports
The Mental Health Commissioner, Kevin Allan, says Aotearoa New Zealand has the opportunity to provide global leadership in responding to mental distress and addiction
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Jun
19
News Media
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Jun
19
Government
Beehive Press Release: New frontline support for high quality teaching that promotes the mental health and wellbeing of children and young people was announced by Associate Minister of Education Tracey Martin today. “We are funding up to 40 Curriculum Leads who will work directly with schools, kura, early learning services and kōhanga reo to support the teaching of mental health and healthy relationships and promote the wellbeing of learners,” Minister Martin said
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Jun
19
Events
From the United Nations Association of New Zealand: On Tuesday 23rd June, UN Women Aotearoa New Zealand and the United Nations Association of New Zealand and Wellington will be jointly presenting a webinar. This event will focus on family and intimate partner violence, with particular reference to the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic. Tuesday 23 June 2020, 6-7.30pm, online
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Jun
19
Reports
From Koi Tū: The Centre for Informed Futures: The fifth discussion paper from the Koi Tū ‘The Future is Now’ Conversation Series, Protecting and Promoting Mental Wellbeing: Beyond COVID-19, focuses on mitigating the threats posed by COVID-19 to the mental wellbeing of New Zealanders – both the already vulnerable sectors of society, as well as newly at-risk individuals facing major, unexpected disruptions in their lives
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Jun
19
Government
Beehive Press Release: The Government is committing to a long-term programme of reform to build a stronger New Zealand Health and Disability System that delivers for all. The Health Minister today released the final report of the Health and Disability System Review, which makes a series of far-reaching recommendations
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Jun
12
News Media
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