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Pasefika Proud programme of action : addressing violence in Pasefika families and communities 2014 - 2017 Taskforce for Action on Violence within Families

By: New Zealand. Taskforce for Action on Violence Within Families.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Wellington, New Zealand : Ministry of Social Development, 2014Description: electronic document (68 pages); PDF file: 788.14 KB; Word DOCX also available.Subject(s): PREVENTION | FAMILY VIOLENCE | CHILD ABUSE | COMMUNITY ACTION | DOMESTIC VIOLENCE | INTERVENTION | INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE | PACIFIC PEOPLES | PASIFIKA | PRIMARY PREVENTION | NEW ZEALANDDDC classification: 362.84994 Online resources: Archived copy Summary: The Pasefika Proud Programme of Action charts pathways to achieve the overall outcome: Saogalemū – Pasefika families living in peace, harmony and wellbeing. The purpose of the Pasefika Proud Programme of Action: 2014–2017 is to address key issues and priorities for the next three years in relation to family/domestic violence in Pasefika families living in New Zealand. It follows on from the work begun by the Programme of Action for Pacific Peoples: 2008 and Beyond. (#3617). What is different about this programme of action is that two frameworks are introduced to assist with facilitating the strategic pathway and cultural contexts in the implementation of the Pasefika Proud programme of action: - An Outcomes Framework develops and secures collaboration across government, and identifies departmental participation. It provides an overview of the contributions by government agencies to the Pasefika Proud programme of action to provide better outcomes for Pasefika peoples, their families and communities - The Nga Vaka Theoretical Framework was developed to assist policy makers and writers understand core Pasefika values and principles that will underpin the Pasefika Proud programme of action and the Outcomes Framework. The Pasefika Proud Programme of Action is a strengths-based approach to addressing violence in Pasefika families and communities. (From the website). The document is available in PDF and Word format from the website. Record #4911
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The Pasefika Proud Programme of Action charts pathways to achieve the overall outcome: Saogalemū – Pasefika families living in peace, harmony and wellbeing.

The purpose of the Pasefika Proud Programme of Action: 2014–2017 is to address key issues and priorities for the next three years in relation to family/domestic violence in Pasefika families living in New Zealand. It follows on from the work begun by the Programme of Action for Pacific Peoples: 2008 and Beyond. (#3617).

What is different about this programme of action is that two frameworks are introduced to assist with facilitating the strategic pathway and cultural contexts in the implementation of the Pasefika Proud programme of action:
- An Outcomes Framework develops and secures collaboration across government, and identifies departmental participation. It provides an overview of the contributions by government agencies to the Pasefika Proud programme of action to provide better outcomes for Pasefika peoples, their families and communities
- The Nga Vaka Theoretical Framework was developed to assist policy makers and writers understand core Pasefika values and principles that will underpin the Pasefika Proud programme of action and the Outcomes Framework.

The Pasefika Proud Programme of Action is a strengths-based approach to addressing violence in Pasefika families and communities. (From the website). The document is available in PDF and Word format from the website. Record #4911

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