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SauTu Fijian Cultural Framework Launch

May 29, 2013 at 10:46 AM

The SauTu training model was launched on friday 24 May at Wesley Community in Auckland. This is the third of seven ethnic specific Pacific conceptual framework models on Family Violence training. WAVES trust member the Project is contracted to develop these models with each community. At the launch Auckland Council's Diana Neru, New Zealand Police and other Fiji community members were briefly acquainted with 'Vuvale Doka Sautu' the Fijian cultural Framework for Family Violence in Fijian families in New Zealand. We look forward to the remaining 4 Pacific houses training models.

Category: Training