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TOAH-NNEST Regional Hui 2016

April 22, 2016 at 9:05 AM

FREE sexual violence prevention and intervention professional development opportunity

This is a TOAH-NNEST Tauiwi Caucus initiative for our members. We also invite all those working in the sexual violence specialist sector to join us for a day of networking and a workshop. These hui are for everyone, whether your focus is prevention, survivor services or the treatment of harmful sexual behaviour. Please feel free to circulate this invite through your networks.

Ending Sexual Violence Together

This workshop will provide a space to reflect on and extend how we think about stopping sexual violence, as individuals and collectively

We will introduce a 12 point prevention matrix as a tool to think about how we can collectively end sexual violence.

  • Share knowledge and projects with others doing the work.
  • Break down misconceptions about sexual abuse and find ways to prevent sexual violence through all areas of your work.

Discussions facilitated by Rachel Fabish (TOAH-NNEST), Melanie Calvesbert (Sexual Abuse HELP Foundation Wellington) and Rachel Harrison (CAPS Hauraki)


Time: 10 am - 4 pm
Venue: TBC


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Category: Training