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Understanding family violence Pasefika Proud[Infographic]

Contributor(s): Pasefika Proud.
Material type: materialTypeLabelArticleSeries: Pacific peoples in New Zealand.Publisher: Auckland, New Zealand : Pasefika Proud, 2016Description: 1 folded A3 sheet ; col. ill.Other title: Pacific peoples in New Zealand.Subject(s): FAMILY VIOLENCE | CHILD ABUSE | CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE | CHILD EXPOSURE TO VIOLENCE | CHILD NEGLECT | DOMESTIC VIOLENCE | HOMICIDE | INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE | OFFENDERS | PACIFIC PEOPLES | PASIFIKA | STATISTICS | VICTIMS OF CRIMES | NEW ZEALANDDDC classification: TRVF000182 Online resources: Click here to access online Pacific peoples in New Zealand, June 2016, no. 2Summary: Highlights from this infographic: Pacific peoples are 2x as likely to be an offender who has committed a serious crime against a family member. Pacific students are 3x as likely as New Zealand European students to report witnessing adults hit children in their home. Pacific children are 5x more likely to die from child abuse or neglect. See also #5145. This fact sheet can be obtained from NZFVC or Pasefika Proud. Record #5146
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Pacific peoples in New Zealand, June 2016, no. 2

Highlights from this infographic: Pacific peoples are 2x as likely to be an offender who has committed a serious crime against a family member. Pacific students are 3x as likely as New Zealand European students to report witnessing adults hit children in their home. Pacific children are 5x more likely to die from child abuse or neglect. See also #5145. This fact sheet can be obtained from NZFVC or Pasefika Proud. Record #5146

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