E Tu Whānau-ora : Programme of Action for Addressing Family Violence 2008-2013Material type: BookPublisher: Wellington Family and Community Services, Ministry of Social Development 2009Description: 40 pages ; 30 cm.ISBN: 9780478323276.Other title: E Tu = Taking action.Subject(s): GOVERNMENT POLICY | FAMILY VIOLENCE | TŪKINOTANGA Ā-WHĀNAU | DOMESTIC VIOLENCE | HAUORA WHĀNAU | INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE | MĀORI | RAUTAKI | SOCIAL SERVICES | TOKO I TE ORA | NEW ZEALANDOnline resources: Access the website
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On cover: Te Mana Kaha O Te Whānau ISBN 978-0-478-32327-6 (Print) ISBN 978-0-478-32328-3 (Online) Developed by the Māori Reference Group for the Taskforce for Action on Violence within Families Published February 2009 by Ministry of Social Development "Māori and Pacific Programmes of Action for Addressing Family Violence : Questions and Answers" also available on World Wide Web
Introduction 1 Our vision and aspirations 1.1 Moemoeā (The Dream) 1.2 Our approach 2 The current situation − taking stock of where we are now before we move 2.1 Background 2.2 Momentum for action 2.3 Context for violence 2.4 Curren
Note: This programme of action has been updated. Follow the website link for the latest programme of action. The Māori Programme of Action has been developed by the Māori Reference Group to the Taskforce for Action on Violence within Families, in consultation with Māori leaders, practitioners and iwi and whānau nationally. It sits alongside the Taskforce's Programme of Action. The Māori Programme of Action provides a framework for addressing issues of violence for Māori over the five years from 2008-2013. The report first sets out a broad vision and guiding principles for the Programme. It then provides an overview of the current situation, before setting out prioritised high level goals with associated objectives and actions. The report identifies responsibilities for these actions and identifies opportunities, gaps and barriers.