Family Violence Research

This page lists recent news about family violence-related research being conducted in New Zealand and internationally. 

For more information about WAVES Trust's research and other projects please go to our projects webpage.

Latest Research News

Jul
30
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From the NZFVC: Results from a national survey show that disabled people experience higher rates of partner violence and non-partner violence
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Jul
08
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From the NZFVC: New research asked boys and young men about online sexual harassment and sexualised abuse against girls and young women, and how to prevent it in Aotearoa New Zealand
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Jun
04
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From SSPA: Round six of MSD’s Children and Families Research Fund will open 7 June. The Children and Families Research Fund supports researchers to access Growing Up in New Zealand longitudinal data that produces research to inform priority policy areas around children and young people
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May
21
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From the NZFVC: New research explores what young people in Rainbow communities say they want and need from healthy relationships and consent education
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May
14
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Community Waitakere are conducting another short survey of the West Auckland community and social service sector to gain a better understanding of how these sectors are faring in response to COVID-19. Survey closes 5pm Friday 21 May
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Apr
30
Research
From the University of Auckland, Child Poverty Action Group, Auckland Action Against Poverty and FIRST Union: During August-November 2020, Associate Professor Louise Humpage at the University of Auckland collaborated with Child Poverty Action Group, Auckland Action Against Poverty and FIRST Union to conduct a mixed-methods study called ‘Income support in the wake of Covid-19’. The research sought to understand the experiences of those on the new Covid19 Income Relief Payment and those on main benefits in the context of Covid-19-related changes
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