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20/20 Doco on TONIGHT

March 20, 2014 at 10:23 AM

“Are You Ok: How do you turn a violent man into a safe man? On 20/20, men front up about domestic violence – the beatings and abuse they have inflicted on their families. Are they monsters we should lock away or can they change?

The problem cuts across New Zealand society - and Vic Tamati sees it every day.  For the last 6 years he’s travelled the country sharing his story of violence and speaking to other violent men encouraging them to reach out for help.

Finally, we talk to the perpetrators themselves to find out how to stop the cycle of violence in New Zealand”.


To see a promo about this visit the Its Not OK Facebook page.