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Sexual Violence Workforce Capability Hui

June 02, 2023 at 10:57 AM

From the New Zealand Family Violence Clearinghouse -


  • Tuesday 6 June 2023 - Palmerston North
  • 19 June 2023 - Christchurch
  • 21 June 2023 - Dunedin
  • Monday 26 June 2023 - Kerikeri
  • Monday 3 July 2023 - Online


Te Puna Aonui


Free. Register now for an event near you.

The first step towards developing the sexual violence capability frameworks will be to run a series of hui across Aotearoa.

Register for this event
Listing of training and other events does not constitute endorsement by the New Zealand Family Violence Clearinghouse. Information is as provided by the organiser. For further information or queries about training or events, please contact the organiser using the links or contact details provided.

Te Puna Aonui is starting work on sexual violence workforce capability frameworks. The trauma-informed sexual violence workforce capability frameworks for government and non-government agencies will be co-designed alongside tangata whenua and with input from Pacific peoples, disabled people, LGBTQIA+, older people, ethnic, migrant, and refugee communities, and children and young people.

To ensure people with the appropriate voices, skills and expertise attend the hui series, engagement with sector stakeholders have been initiated through ongoing discussions with TOAH-NNEST and Te Puna Aonui is reaching out to the communities engaging in the implementation of Te Aorerekura. For more information, email:

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