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Feb
16
News Media
The latest links to media articles on issues that impact on the family violence sector
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Feb
16
Community Notices
The Tāmaki Makaurau Recovery Office has put in place a team of Navigators to support residential property owners impacted by the extreme weather events. Navigators provide a free and confidential wrap-around service, click through for more information
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Feb
16
Newsletters
The Ministry of Social Development’s latest Family Violence Sexual Violence Update includes information on: MSD launches Continued Care pilot for long-term recovery from sexual violence | Updates on ACC’s work to support victims/survivors of sexual violence | Applications open for Niu Dawn Raids Funding Initiative Grants | Royal Commission of Inquiry into COVID-19 seeking public submissions
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Feb
16
Community Notices
Rape Prevention Education – Whakatu Mauri (RPE) is looking for motivated and energetic Board Members. Click through for more information
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Feb
16
Training
Organised by Safeguarding Children. This two-part webinar series by Safeguarding Children explores the religious sector, violence, and child abuse. The first webinar explores spiritual abuse and religious grooming with the second webinar building on this to discuss the implications for policy and practice in Aotearoa. Part 1: Tuesday 5 March, 2024, 7-8:30pm, Part 2: Tuesday 12 March, 2024, 7-9pm, online, $60
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Feb
16
Training
Family Action – Whānau Toa are very excited to announce that they are launching a new training – Introduction to Family Harm. Option 1: 7/8 of March, 10am-3pm. Option 2: 30 April/2 May, 10am-3pm. $100+GST per person
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Feb
16
Events
Organised by New Zealand Family Violence Clearinghouse. In this panel, experts from Aotearoa and Australia will unpack the complexity of coercive control and systemic entrapment and explore how individuals, organisations and systems can better support victim-survivors. This is an in-person event. Monday 11 March 2024, 5.30-7.30pm, University of Auckland City Campus, free
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Feb
16
Training
Organised by ECLIPSE: Family Violence Services. ECLIPSE's Practitioner-Victim Insight Concept (PVIC) is the overarching theory which ECLIPSE has developed to help build understanding of the dynamics of family violence and coercive control. 18-19 March 2024, 9am-12:30pm each day, online
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Feb
16
Training
Group facilitation training delivered as part of a supervision group with Fay Lilian. 1st Semester 2024, six sessions: 10.00am - 12.00pm Wednesdays, three-weekly from 20th March
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Feb
09
News Media
The latest links to media articles on issues that impact on the family violence sector
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Feb
09
Community Notices
WEST Community Hub is running a FREE “Ready to Rent” Programme over 2 days – 13 & 14 February 2024 at 9 Henderson Valley Road, Henderson (close to the Henderson train and bus hubs). Lunch is provided
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Feb
09
Research
This study is being conducted by Dr. Katheryn Margaret Pascoe (University of Otago), Dr. Nicky Stanley-Clarke (Massey University), and Hannah Mooney (Massey University) in partnership with the International Federation of Social Workers. They are aiming to collect information from a global sample of social workers from across the world to investigate working conditions and how these conditions may influence social worker wellbeing including psychological health. This is the largest investigation of social worker working conditions and wellbeing ever conducted. Participation involves a 10-15 minute anonymous survey
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