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Sep
17
News Media
The latest links to media articles on issues that impact on the family violence sector
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Sep
17
Campaigns
From the NZFVC: Nau mai, haere mai ki Te Wiki o Te Reo Māori! Te Wiki o te Reo Māori is 13 - 19 Mahuru (September) this year. The theme for 2021 is 'Kia Kaha te Reo Māori' - 'Let’s make the Māori language strong'
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Sep
17
Newsletters
The latest from Oranga Tamariki includes updates on: Social Service COVID-19 Updates, Deferring October Provider Returns, COVID resources developed with Talking Trouble, Supporting rangatahi and whānau with the COVID-19 vaccine
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Sep
17
Community Notices
Work and Income may be able to assist people with essential costs, even if they are working. The information has been provided in a number of different languages including Te Reo Māori, Cook Islands Reo, Samoan, Tongan, Chinese, Hindi and English
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Sep
17
Community Notices
From Visionwest: Visionwest Pātaka Kai is now operating throughout West Auckland using a delivery model. That means, you can order emergency food support and we will deliver it to your home
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Sep
17
Funding
From the Centre of Māori Suicide Prevention: The 2021 Community Fund is a Māori Suicide Prevention fund for initiatives that help build the capacity of Māori whānau, hapū and iwi to prevent suicide within communities and respond effectively if, or when, a suicide occurs
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Sep
17
Events
Organised by SociaLink, Social Service Providers Aotearoa, ANZASW, and the PSA. Join the call this Social Workers' Day to show your support for Pay Equity and Fair Funding. Wednesday 22 September 2021, 2-3pm, online
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Sep
17
Events
Organised by Grow. The lockdowns associated with Covid-19 have raised the anxiety levels of all. Whether you are in L4 or L2, the loss of control and freedom is real for many – and caring professionals are not immune from this. Our panel will discuss some of these issues from both a personal and professional perspective sharing tips and advice on what has worked for them during these challenging times. They will also discuss how we can use these tools and skills to support service users and clients effectively, and explore the various digital tools that are freely available, and how to encourage clients to use these as part of their self-management. Wednesday 22 September, 4pm – 5pm, online
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Sep
17
Events
From the NZFVC: Organised by Diplomacy Training Program affiliated with UNSW Sydney. This webinar is the ninth in a series which is developing greater knowledge and understanding of the Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC). Thursday 23 September 2021, 5-6pm NZST, online (Australia based)
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Sep
17
Events
TOAH-NNEST have a range of upcoming webinars in September and October: Mainstream Specialist Sexual Violence Court Support Role Part 2 - 24 September, 10.30am-1130pm | Pornography, rough sex, and choking: Insights and challenges - 27 September, 11am-12pm | Overview of the Safe and Together Approach - 6 October, 2pm-3.30pm | Sexual Violence and the 2020 COVID-19 Pandemic: A summary of Rapid Assessment data - 8 October, 2pm-3pm
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Sep
17
Events
From Werry Workforce Whāraurau: Whāraurau will be hosting a National Pacific Leveki Fono on the 29 of September from 9.30am – 2.00pm. The theme is Pacific Resilience & Covid-19, with many great speakers for the day. Please register quickly as approval will be given on a ‘first come, first served’ basis. A Zoom link and calendar invite will be sent to the approved attendees
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Sep
17
Police
From NZ Police: As we continue to be subject to Alert Level restrictions, Police are urging anyone experiencing abuse or violence to seek support. Preliminary data shows the number of reported family harm incidents decreased by 2.3 percent in week three (27 August – 2 September) of Alert Level restrictions and 1.5 percent in week four (3 September – 9 September)
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