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

Oct
08
Research
Emily Keddell from the University of Otago is looking for survey participants to find out about the experiences of whānau who have children reported to Oranga Tamariki (CYF), including their views on the decision to report, the reasons for it, and how information is gathered in the decision-making process. They are also interested in views on information and data use
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Oct
01
Research
From Salvation Army: This second Covid-19 Lockdown Briefing includes a particular focus on Auckland. The two weeks since our first Covid-19 Lockdown Briefing has seen the rest of the country move down from Alert Level 3 to Level 2, on Wednesday 8 September, while Auckland remains at Level 4 until at least 21 September. This has been accompanied by a noticeable reduction in need for food and other assistance over most of the rest of the country, but need remains high in Auckland
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Sep
10
Research
ANCAD is conducting a survey and your input would be greatly appreciated. Survey closes Friday 17 September
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Aug
20
Research
From the NZFVC: New research on health and wellbeing for Asian young people living in Aotearoa New Zealand includes questions about experiences of family violence and unwanted sexual contact
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Jul
30
Research
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
Research
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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