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Safer Aotearoa Family Violence Prevention Network. July 2013. “Working together we can achieve more in Ensuring Family Safety and Promoting Family Wellbeing”. “ Kia kotahi tatou ki te hoe te Waka “. Safer Aotearoa Family Violence Prevention Network. July 2013.

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Safer Aotearoa

Family Violence

Prevention

Network

July 2013

“Working together we can achieve more in

Ensuring Family Safety and

Promoting Family Wellbeing”

“ Kia kotahi tatou ki te hoe te Waka “


Safer Aotearoa

Family Violence

Prevention

Network

July 2013

Te Aria Hou Ata Mahi O Aotearoa

“Working together we can achieve more in

Ensuring Family Safety and

Promoting Family Wellbeing”

“ Kia kotahi tatou ki te hoe te Waka “


Safer Aotearoa

Family Violence

Prevention

Network

WHAT IS FAMILY VIOLENCE

  • elder abuse

  • partner abuse (domestic)

  • child abuse

  • indirect victims

(i.e. children witnessing FV, friends & community).

“All abuse is equally serious”


Safer Aotearoa

Family Violence

Prevention

Network

BELIEFS

  • Both the need of the victim’s safety and support to heal; and the need for perpetrators to change, must be addressed.

  • Both genders are subject to being perpetrators, as well as victims.


Safer Aotearoa

Family Violence

Prevention

Network

BELEIFS CONTINUED

The Domestic Violence Act describes abuse as:

  • PHYSICAL: hitting, punching, pushing slapping, kicking, hair pulling

  • SEXUAL: trying to get the victim to perform sexual acts against their will, sexual jokes, rape

  • PHYCOLOGICAL:humiliating the victim, controlling what the victim can and cannot do and deliberately doing something to make the victim feel embarrassed


Safer Aotearoa

Family Violence

Prevention

Network

BELIEFS CONTINUED

Abuse occurs and is supported by Environmental Factors

Cultural

Social

Religious

Economic

Systemic


Safer Aotearoa

Family Violence

Prevention

Network

“ Kia kotahi tatou ki te hoe te Waka “

“Working together we can achieve more in

Ensuring Family Safety and

Promoting Family Wellbeing”


Safer Aotearoa

Family Violence

Prevention

Network

PREVENTION

Creating wellbeing to maintain good relationships and safety when resolving conflict.

  • Maori Strategy

  • Pasefika Strategy

  • Men

  • South Asian


Safer Aotearoa

Family Violence

Prevention

Network

SCREENING FOR FV

As a professional, be able to listen, allow space for them to reflect without hurrying, recognise, validate, and affirm by saying:

“That abuse its not OK”

“Its not your fault”

Be calm and focus on her feelings not your own


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