Date: Jun/Jul 2001 From: Mana : the Maori news magazine for all New Zealanders, Introduces the Te HauOra o te Tai Tokerau, iwi, hapu, whanau approach to solve violence and abuse, and provide re-education and support services.
Date: Sep 2017 From: New Zealand family law journal, By: Coleman, Genevieve, INNZNA Focuses on the scarcely used s 12 of the Domestic Violence Act 1995 and its role in providing an alternative pathway to seeking a protection order, whereby victims have a representative appointed to complete the application for a protection order on their behalf. Sets out the introduction of the...
Date: 2007- From: [Auckland, N.Z.] : Home & Family Counselling, -
Date: 19??-2007 From: Auckland [N.Z.] : The Society, -
Date: 28 Jul 2007 From: New Zealand Listener (1994), By: Blundell, Sally, 1963-, INNZNA Looks at how health professionals are learning to ask the right questions in a bid to eliminate the increasing problem of domestic violence and abuse. Discusses the Ministry of Health's training initiative for frontline health practitioners on how to screen for domestic violence and the reality o...
Date: Feb 2015 From: Policy quarterly (Victoria University of Wellington. Institute for Governance and Policy Studies), By: Wilson, Denise, (Auckland University of Technology)(and others), INNZNA Discusses findings, based on a series of death reviews by the Family Violence Death Review Committee, related to the use of language and the concept of empowerment that need to be critically considered by those working with victims and perpetrators of intimate partner violence and those planning ...
Date: 2007- From: Auckland [N.Z.] : Home & Family Counselling, -
Date: - From: Wellington : Te Kupenga Whakaoti Mahi Patunga, National Network of Stopping Violence, -
Date: May 2016 From: Next (Auckland, N.Z.), By: Day, Simon, INNZNA Highlights a case study of domestic abuse victim 'Sarah' at the hands of a controlling husband and its mismanagement by police. Laments the high domestic abuse statistics in NZ which is entrenched in the culture. Cites the case of Kirsten Dunne who was attacked by her ex-partner and TV anchor To...
Date: Jun 2014 From: L.O.G.I.C. (Nelson, N.Z.), By: Mahoney, Laurie, INNZNA Discusses the nurse's role when a client makes a positive disclosure of intimate partner violence (IPV). Includes information on assessing the degree of risk to the client, suggestions and advice on making a safety plan, helping the client plan for leaving the relationship, and advising how the ...
Date: 2015 From: Journal of Sāmoan studies, By: Boodoosingh, Ramona, INNZNA Suggests that combating gender‐based violence (GBV) and providing services for victims requires a multi‐sectoral approach to data collections as well as service provision. Reviews definitions and approaches to GBV and the sources of data in Sāmoa.
Date: 19??- From: [Christchurch, N.Z.] : Home and Family Society, By: Home and Family Society (Christchurch, N.Z.)
Date: 19??-2007 From: [Auckland, N.Z. : Home & Family Counselling, -2007]
Date: Dec 2013/Jan 2014 From: Kiwi parent, Focuses on the message from the 'It's not OK' campaign against family violence that it is OK for friends and family to help. Suggests how to approach people who are living with violence. Lists some signs of family violence. Explains what to do if worried that a child might be living with violence.
Date: Aug 2009 From: Next (Auckland, N.Z.), By: Johns, Geraldine, INNZNA Reports on the effects emotional abuse can have on the lives of abused women. Includes signs of an abusive relationship and where to seek help.
Date: 20 Jun 2009 From: New Zealand listener (1994), By: Lomas, David, INNZNA Profiles various cases of family homicide in NZ over the last few decades, in relation to the recent Bain retrial.
Date: Spr/Sum 2007 From: ProCare pulse, Looks at getting help for people dealing with family violence. Gives crisis and ongoing help lines and references.
Date: Mar 2010 From: New Zealand family law journal, By: Boshier, Peter, (Principal Family Court Judge), INNZNA Addresses our response to domestic violence and how we should respond more effectively, and the need for a comprehensive approach to domestic violence in the Family Court, not only for applicants for protection orders but for all users of the Family Court. Asks whether we could be doing more to...
Date: Jan 2001 From: North and south, By: Quaintance, Lauren, INNZNA Profiles the chief executive of the national collective of women's refuges.
Date: Spr 2003 From: Karaka (Christchurch, N.Z.), By: Tipa, Moana, INNZNA Features the history of women's refuges since their inception in the 1970s. Focuses on the help available to re-build lives damaged by violence.