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Building Rainbow communities free of partner and sexual violence Sandra Dickson

By: Dickson, Sandra.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Wellington, New Zealand : Hohou Te Rongo Kahukura - Outing Violence, 2016Description: electronic document (36 pages); PDF file: 1.22 MB.Subject(s): DISABLED PEOPLE | SEXUAL VIOLENCE | Hohou Te Rongo Kahukura - Outing Violence | RECOMMENDED READING | ATTITUDES | BISEXUAL | DOMESTIC VIOLENCE | ETHNICITY | GAY | GENDER | HELP SEEKING | INTERSEX | INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE | LESBIAN | LGBTIQ | MĀORI | POLICE | SAME SEX RELATIONSHIPS | SEXUALITY | SOCIAL SERVICES | SUPPORT SERVICES | SURVEYS | TAKATĀPUI | TRANSGENDER | NEW ZEALANDOnline resources: Click here to access online | Access the website | NZFVC news item Summary: The report includes the results of a survey, which was answered by 407 people with diverse ethnicities, gender identities, ages and sexualities. It found concerning levels of both partner and sexual violence, including many forms of psychological abuse and isolation that are specific to people in Rainbow communities. The survey also found that most people in the Rainbow community were not seeking help in relation to partner and sexual violence, and those that who did seek help from specialist agencies often did not experience that help as supportive. (From the NZFVC news item). Follow the link to read the news item. Fact sheets highlights key findings from the survey are available on the website (#5446, #5447, #5448 & #5449). Record #5057
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The report includes the results of a survey, which was answered by 407 people with diverse ethnicities, gender identities, ages and sexualities. It found concerning levels of both partner and sexual violence, including many forms of psychological abuse and isolation that are specific to people in Rainbow communities. The survey also found that most people in the Rainbow community were not seeking help in relation to partner and sexual violence, and those that who did seek help from specialist agencies often did not experience that help as supportive. (From the NZFVC news item). Follow the link to read the news item. Fact sheets highlights key findings from the survey are available on the website (#5446, #5447, #5448 & #5449). Record #5057