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Working together to achieve whānau wellbeing in Waitematā A collaboration between Auckland Council, Ministry of Social Development, North Shore Family Violence Prevention Network, Te Rito Rodney and WAVES

Contributor(s): New Zealand. Ministry of Social Development | Auckland Council | North Shore Family Violence Prevention Network | Te Rito Rodney | Waves Trust.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: 2016Description: electronic document (55 pages) ; PDF file: 4.38 MB.Subject(s): FAMILY VIOLENCE | TŪKINOTANGA Ā-WHĀNAU | SEXUAL VIOLENCE | TAITŌKAI | AUKATI TŪKINOTANGA | COMMUNITY ACTION | LOCAL GOVERNMENT | PRIMARY PREVENTION | PROTECTIVE FACTORS | NEW ZEALAND | AUCKLAND | NORTH SHORE | RODNEY | WAITAKEREOnline resources: Click here to access online | Executive summary | Protective factor cards | The model | The project process | Progress assessment Summary: A progress assessment of this project was completed in October 2017 (#5666) - follow the link. This project was a unique collaboration between family violence networks in Waitākere, North Shore and Rodney, central and local government. This project explored how to increase community-led primary prevention of family and sexual violence. This project used a co-design approach that involved community members, members of the family and sexual violence sector and people from the community sector, local council and central government. It took a strengths-based approach and specifically focused on the factors that protect against violence. (From the executive summary).The Executive summary, protective factors cards, the model and the project process can be downloaded and printed as A3 charts for ease of use. Record #5246
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Hosted on the NZFVC website with permission, 7 December 2016. Updated version uploaded 14/3/2017.

A progress assessment of this project was completed in October 2017 (#5666) - follow the link.
This project was a unique collaboration between family violence networks in Waitākere, North Shore and Rodney, central and local government. This project explored how to increase
community-led primary prevention of family and sexual violence. This project used a co-design approach that involved community members, members of the family and sexual violence sector and people from the community sector, local council and central government. It took a strengths-based approach and specifically focused on the factors that protect
against violence. (From the executive summary).The Executive summary, protective factors cards, the model and the project process can be downloaded and printed as A3 charts for ease of use. Record #5246

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