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MoJ Changes to DV Programmes

March 12, 2014 at 9:20 AM

The Domestic Violence Amendment Act 2013 has introduced significant changes to the approval processes, reporting requirements and structure of domestic violence programmes funded by the Ministry of Justice.

In particular, the Act has disestablished the approvals panel and given the responsibility to grant, suspend, or cancel approvals of service providers to the Secretary for Justice.

David Kenkel (who was on the approvals panel) will be talking about these changes at the next Inter Agency meeting on the 8th of April alongside Man Alive, and it is likely that these discussions will be ongoing over the next few months.

In the meantime you can read about the changes here.

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