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Breaking the silence but keeping secrets : what young people want to address sexual violence prepared by Alex Woodley, Rebecca Davis and Nadine Metzger, Point Research Ltd

By: Woodley, Alex.
Contributor(s): Davis, Rebecca | Metzger, Nadine.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Auckland, N.Z. : Tu Wahine Trust; HELP (Auckland Sexual Abuse HELP Foundation, 2013Description: electronic document (61 p.); PDF file: 373.89 KB; vii, 54 p.; 30 cm.Subject(s): SEXUAL VIOLENCE | TAITŌKAI | CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE | RAWEKE TAMARIKI | RECOMMENDED READING | ADOLESCENT RELATIONSHIP ABUSE | ADOLESCENTS | AFRICAN PEOPLES | ASIAN PEOPLES | CULTURAL ISSUES | DISCLOSURE | Good Practice Responding to Sexual Violence | INTERVENTION | LITERATURE REVIEWS | MĀORI | MIGRANTS | PACIFIC PEOPLES | PASIFIKA | PSYCHOLOGICAL ASPECTS | REFUGEES | SUPPORT SERVICES | TAIOHI | TAITAMARIKI | TĀNGATA WHAI ORA | TOKO I TE ORA | WHĀNAU | YOUNG PEOPLE | NEW ZEALANDDDC classification: 362.8292 WOO Online resources: Click here to access online | Access the website Summary: This report, which is part of an overall research project which aims to identify the needs of young people affected by sexual abuse or assault, aims to investigate the psycho-social service needs of young people who have experienced sexual abuse in order to support improvements to services for sexual abuse victims/survivors. Cultural considerations were particularly important in this project. HELP and Tu Wahine partnered on the research approach, design, and methodology of this project. Whilst HELP focused on identifying the pyscho-social service needs of tauiwi (non Māori) young people, Tu Wahine focused on the needs of rangatahi Māori (Māori young people). The sister organisations then worked together on the parts of the research process that sought the views of rangatahi Māori who had accessed, or might potentially access, mainstream services. The data collection for this report was undertaken in 2012, and comprised: • A literature review • Interviews with refugee and new migrant stakeholders (including GPs, practice nurses, health workers and youth workers) • Twenty-six focus groups, hui and fono with young people, in which 222 young people participated • Three stakeholder hui (organised by Tu Wahine). • Interviews with 16 service providers and stakeholders. (From the Executive Summary). This report is included in the evidence base for the Good Practice Responding to Sexual Violence, project managed by TOAHNNEST. Access the website for more information. Record #4271
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This report, which is part of an overall research project which aims to identify the needs of young people affected by sexual abuse or assault, aims to investigate the psycho-social
service needs of young people who have experienced sexual abuse in order to support improvements to services for sexual abuse victims/survivors.

Cultural considerations were particularly important in this project. HELP and Tu Wahine partnered on the research approach, design, and methodology of this project. Whilst HELP focused on identifying the pyscho-social service needs of tauiwi (non Māori) young people, Tu Wahine focused on the needs of rangatahi Māori (Māori young people). The sister organisations then worked together on the parts of the research process that sought the views of rangatahi Māori who had accessed, or might potentially access, mainstream services.
The data collection for this report was undertaken in 2012, and comprised:
• A literature review
• Interviews with refugee and new migrant stakeholders (including GPs, practice nurses, health workers and youth
workers)
• Twenty-six focus groups, hui and fono with young people, in which 222 young people participated
• Three stakeholder hui (organised by Tu
Wahine).
• Interviews with 16 service providers and stakeholders. (From the Executive Summary). This report is included in the evidence base for the Good Practice Responding to Sexual Violence, project managed by TOAHNNEST. Access the website for more information. Record #4271

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