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Oct
18
News Media
The latest links to media articles on issues that impact on the family violence sector
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Oct
18
Reports
The NZFVC has published Issues Paper 15, Historical trauma and whānau violence by Leonie Pihama, Ngaropi Cameron and Rihi Te Nana. They are also hosting author Professor Leonie Pihama to present a webinar on this topic on 31 October 2019, 10.30-11.30am
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Oct
18
Training
Identifying and Responding to Vulnerability and Child Abuse: 3 December 2019, 9am-4pm, Auckland Central | The Impact of Family Violence on Children: 4 December 2019, 9am-4pm, Auckland South | Dynamics of Sexual Abuse: 13 February 2020, 9am-4pm, Auckland Central
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Oct
18
Training
Organised by Grow. This workshop series will give you the confidence to engage with young people successfully. Underpinned by co-design principles, you will learn as you go from an expert facilitator, from other participants and from applying new methods to your own work. This training is for anybody whose work impacts children and young people. One Day Workshop - Tuesday, 12 November 2019, Parnell, Auckland. Two Day Workshop - Tuesday, 12 November & Wednesday, 13 November 2019, Parnell, Auckland
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Oct
18
Training
Organised by Pasefika Proud. Pacific Competency (Addressing Family Violence through Pacific Cultural Frameworks). The Nga Vaka Conceptual Frameworks inform eight ethnic specific programmes. The programmes provide participants with an in-depth insight to cultural approaches to achieving family wellbeing, especially when dealing with family violence. NOTE: This programme is specifically for Pacific peoples attendance only. 7 - 9 November 2019, Manukau City, Auckland
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Oct
18
Training
Organised by Pasefika Proud. Understanding the fundamentals to practising in the area of Family Violence is crucial to our Pacific communities. This programme seeks to equip, support and strengthen participants’ understanding of what defines family violence and its effect on Pacific communities. NOTE: This programme is specifically for Pacific peoples attendance only. 22 - 23 November 2019, Manukau, Auckland
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Oct
18
Training
Organised by Pasefika Proud. Pacific Competency (Addressing Family Violence through Pacific Cultural Frameworks). The Nga Vaka Conceptual Frameworks inform eight ethnic specific programmes. The programmes provide participants with an in-depth insight to cultural approaches to achieving family wellbeing, especially when dealing with family violence. NOTE: This programme is specifically for Pacific peoples attendance only. 15, 16 and 22, 23 November 2019, Hamilton
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Oct
18
Newsletters
From Brainwave Trust: In our Spring Brainwave Review we talk about research uncovered by our Knowledge Manager - Keryn O'Neill around tamariki and technology, plus we give you some insights into supporting children's social and emotional development
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Oct
18
Training
Organised by Shine. Specialist training to provide safe and effective workplace support for staff who experience domestic violence. 29 November 2019, 9am-3.30pm, Kingsland, Auckland
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Oct
11
News Media
The latest links to media articles on issues that impact on the family violence sector
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Oct
11
Newsletters
From MSD: Welcome to our newsletter which provides news about the Ministry of Social Development’s work programme to strengthen family violence and sexual violence services. In this update you’ll find information about: Milestone for Kaupapa Māori services development | Upcoming engagement on court support service |Strengthening of elder abuse helpline | Safe to talk - finalist in Spirit of Service awards | Update on evaluation of sexual violence services
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Oct
11
Community Notices
The NZFVC are pleased to launch their new website
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Oct
11
Community Notices
Courses and workshops include: Open and Honest | Understanding Money | Workplace Harassment and Bullying | Positive Change | Building a New Life After Separation | Regenerative Yoga | Fight Like a Girl | Aroha Dance | Single Mum’s on Sunday | Feminist Action | Rainbow Women’s Social Night
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Oct
11
Reports
From the NZFVC: The first report has been released from the Counting Ourselves survey on the health and wellbeing of trans and non-binary people
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Oct
11
Job Vacancies
The Minister of Social Development is looking to make a total of three appointments to the SWRB; including: two ‘other people’; and one registered social worker. Please note that for this appointment the Minister is looking for candidates with: strong sector networks; strong relationship and engagement skills; a strong Māori voice; strong understanding of Māori cultural competencies; an understanding of social policy and the impact on the sector and profession; and experience with corporate finance, risk, audit and regulatory functions. Nominations are due by 5.00pm on Friday 25 October 2019
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Oct
11
Community Notices
Waitakere Ethnic Board with support from Multicultural NZ warmly invite Ethnic and Migrant women to a cuppa and conversation about living in New Zealand. Share your journey with women who may be experiencing similar issues. Learn about opportunities that are available to you as a woman in NZ. 4 week course, every Tuesday from 22nd October to 12th November, 10.30am to 12.30pm, JT Diamond Room at Waitakere Central Library, Ratanui St, Henderson
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Oct
11
Government
Beehive Press Release: Minister of Health Dr David Clark and Associate Minister of Health Peeni Henare say this year’s World Mental Health Day theme is a reminder of why the Government’s work on mental health is so important. “This year the World Federation for Mental Health has made suicide prevention the main theme of this important day,” David Clark said
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Oct
11
Training
From Rhythm2Recovery: Professional development workshop for using music to engage people in social and emotional learning and connection. This is a model of psycho-social education that has proved highly successful in engaging people who are reluctant to engage in traditional interventions and assist them with significant social and emotional learning while reducing their social isolation. 26-27 October, Auckland
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