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The people's blueprint : transforming the way we deal with child abuse and domestic violence in New Zealand The Glenn Inquiry

Contributor(s): [The Glenn Inquiry - issuing body].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Auckland, N.Z. : The Glenn Inquiry, 2014Description: electronic document (60 pages); PDF file: 341.86 KB.ISBN: 978-0-473-30893-3.Subject(s): ATTITUDES | BEHAVIOUR CHANGE | CHILD EXPOSURE TO VIOLENCE | COMMUNITY ACTION | DOMESTIC VIOLENCE | FAMILY VIOLENCE COURT | INTERAGENCY COLLABORATION | INTERVENTION | JUSTICE | INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE | PERPETRATORS | PRIMARY PREVENTION | SOCIAL SERVICES | VICTIMS OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE | NEW ZEALAND | PREVENTION | The Glenn Inquiry | FAMILY VIOLENCE | CHILD ABUSEOnline resources: Report - archived copy | Summary - archived copy | Archived website Summary: This report combines insights from those most affected by abuse with knowledge gleaned from research and academic application to provide a blueprint for action. The Blueprint proposes transformative change and action. It proposes a set of initiatives and reform through all layers of society - from individuals and communities to political leaders and agencies and institutions – which, The Glenn Inquiry believes, would foster the cultural shift required to make lasting progress. A copy of the report and 4-page summary is available in the National Library digital archive - follow the links.
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This report combines insights from those most affected by abuse with knowledge gleaned from research and academic application to provide a blueprint for action. The Blueprint proposes transformative change and action. It proposes a set of initiatives and reform through all layers of society - from individuals and communities to political leaders and agencies and institutions – which, The Glenn Inquiry believes, would foster the cultural shift required to make lasting progress. A copy of the report and 4-page summary is available in the National Library digital archive - follow the links.