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E Tu Whānau : Programme of Action for addressing family violence 2013-2018 The Māori Reference Group for the Taskforce for Action on Violence within Families

Contributor(s): Māori Reference Group for the Taskforce for Action on Family Violence.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Wellington, New Zealand : Family and Community Services, Ministry of Social Development, 2013Description: electronic document (56 pages) ; PDF file: 1 MB.Subject(s): GOVERNMENT POLICY | FAMILY VIOLENCE | TŪKINOTANGA Ā-WHĀNAU | RECOMMENDED READING | DOMESTIC VIOLENCE | HAUORA WHĀNAU | INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE | MĀORI | SOCIAL SERVICES | RAUTAKI | TATAURANGA | TOKO I TE ORA | NEW ZEALANDOnline resources: Click here to access online | Access the website
Contents:
1. Vision and aspirations -- 1.1 To Tātau Manako (our vision) -- 1.2 Te Ātārangi o nga te moemoeā (dream) -- 2. E Tu Whānau – achievements to date -- 2.1 Growing commitment to positive change -- 2.2 E Tu messaging -- 2.3 Kahukura – role modelling change and success -- 2.4 Change at the community level -- 2.5 Māori practitioners focused on whole-of-whānau delivery and best practice -- 3. Context for change -- 3.1 Demographic profile -- 3.2 Socio-economic environment -- 3.3 Interactions with key government agencies -- 3.4 Historical and cultural context – ‘The long way home’ -- 3.5 Current government priorities -- 4. Framework for change -- 4.1 Overarching vision -- 4.2 Action areas, goals and objectives -- 4.3 Guiding principles and philosophies -- 4.4 Delivery framework -- 4.5 Overview of the Māori Programme of Action 2013–18 -- 5. Priorities and future focus -- 5.1 Safety for whānau – effective tikanga-based support and accountability mechanisms -- 5.2 Reaching our people – strengthening the E Tu messaging and supporting local action -- 5.3 Improving service delivery to whānau -- 5.4 Strengthening leadership in this area -- 6. Programme of Action 2013–18 -- References -- Appendix 1: E Tu Whānau – messages (from resources) -- Appendix 2: Additional data -- Appendix 3: NZ Police – Actions to improve responsiveness to family violence (from ‘The Turning of the Tide’ – Action Plan)
Summary: "E Tu Whānau is articulated in a five-year Programme of Action. This provides a framework for change to address issues of violence within whānau. he E Tu Whānau approach is based on the concept that change will only happen when we build on whānau strengths and tikanga values and principles. It is about whānau, hapū and iwi making the changes themselves to create a different future for all. There are six high-level goals - leadership, changing attitudes and behaviour, ensuring safety and accountability, effective support services, and understanding and developing best practice. The first Programme of Action (2008-2013) (#2530) reflected the aspirations, experiences and commitment from a wide cross-section of Māoridom including iwi leaders, service providers, practitioners and whānau members. The second and current Programme of Action (2013-2018) remains focused on Māori-led solutions, responsibility and accountability for positive change, and community discussion and action." (From the website). Record #5121
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1. Vision and aspirations -- 1.1 To Tātau Manako (our vision) --
1.2 Te Ātārangi o nga te moemoeā (dream) -- 2. E Tu Whānau – achievements to date -- 2.1 Growing commitment to positive change -- 2.2 E Tu messaging -- 2.3 Kahukura – role modelling change and success -- 2.4 Change at the community level --
2.5 Māori practitioners focused on whole-of-whānau delivery and best practice -- 3. Context for change -- 3.1 Demographic profile -- 3.2 Socio-economic environment -- 3.3 Interactions with key government agencies -- 3.4 Historical and cultural context – ‘The long way home’ -- 3.5 Current government priorities -- 4. Framework for change -- 4.1 Overarching vision --
4.2 Action areas, goals and objectives -- 4.3 Guiding principles and philosophies -- 4.4 Delivery framework -- 4.5 Overview of the Māori Programme of Action 2013–18 -- 5. Priorities and future focus -- 5.1 Safety for whānau – effective tikanga-based support and accountability mechanisms -- 5.2 Reaching our people – strengthening the E Tu messaging and supporting local action -- 5.3 Improving service delivery to whānau -- 5.4
Strengthening leadership in this area -- 6. Programme of Action 2013–18 -- References -- Appendix 1: E Tu Whānau – messages (from resources) -- Appendix 2: Additional data -- Appendix 3: NZ Police – Actions to improve responsiveness to
family violence (from ‘The Turning of the Tide’ – Action Plan)

"E Tu Whānau is articulated in a five-year Programme of Action. This provides a framework for change to address issues of violence within whānau. he E Tu Whānau approach is based on the concept that change will only happen when we build on whānau strengths and tikanga values and principles. It is about whānau, hapū and iwi making the changes themselves to create a different future for all. There are six high-level goals - leadership, changing attitudes and behaviour, ensuring safety and accountability, effective support services, and understanding and developing best practice. The first Programme of Action (2008-2013) (#2530) reflected the aspirations, experiences and commitment from a wide cross-section of Māoridom including iwi leaders, service providers, practitioners and whānau members. The second and current Programme of Action (2013-2018) remains focused on Māori-led solutions, responsibility and accountability for positive change, and community discussion and action." (From the website). Record #5121

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