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Continuous improvement of the family and sexual violence system : a national collaborative backbone agency is the critical component Ruth Herbert and Deborah Mackenzie

By: Herbert, Ruth.
Contributor(s): Mackenzie, Deborah.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: The Backbone Collective, 2018Description: electronic document (19 pages) ; PDF file.Subject(s): The Backbone Collective | DOMESTIC VIOLENCE | FAMILY VIOLENCE | INTERAGENCY COLLABORATION | INTERVENTION | INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE | PREVENTION | SEXUAL VIOLENCE | VICTIMS OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE | NEW ZEALANDOnline resources: Click here to access online | Access the website Summary: This is a discussion paper produced by The Backbone Collective. The purpose of this paper is to put forward the case for a national collaborative backbone agency - at arm’s length from central government – to be established as part of the infrastructure required to support the new integrated, whole-of-government approach to family violence and sexual violence recently announced by government. The Backbone Collective believes that the primary (but not necessarily the sole) purpose of the collaborative backbone agency would be to provide the glue to hold the integrated system together, to enable all key stakeholder groups to have collective ownership, accountability and responsibility for ensuring the system continually learns and improves over time. The collaborative backbone agency would collect and collate information from a range of sources and key stakeholders and experts would collectively analyse and agree improvements that need to be made and identify opportunities for strengths-based learning across the system. We believe this is critical to the success of the Government’s new integrated whole-of-government approach. The Backbone Collective hopes this paper will be used to start a collective conversation among politicians, policy makers, service providers, service users, iwi and local communities - so they can ‘come to the table’– to contribute their ideas about this critically important component of a successful system response to family and sexual violence. (From the document). Record #6098
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This is a discussion paper produced by The Backbone Collective.

The purpose of this paper is to put forward the case for a national collaborative backbone agency - at arm’s length from central government – to be established as part of the infrastructure required to support the new integrated, whole-of-government approach to family violence and sexual violence recently announced by government. The Backbone Collective believes that the primary (but not necessarily the sole) purpose of the collaborative backbone agency would be to provide the glue to hold the integrated system together, to enable all key stakeholder groups to have collective ownership, accountability and responsibility for ensuring the system continually learns and improves over time.

The collaborative backbone agency would collect and collate information from a range of sources and key stakeholders and experts would collectively analyse and agree improvements that need to be made and identify opportunities for strengths-based learning across the system. We believe this is critical to the success of the Government’s new integrated whole-of-government approach.

The Backbone Collective hopes this paper will be used to start a collective conversation among politicians, policy makers,
service providers, service users, iwi and local communities - so they can ‘come to the table’– to contribute their ideas about this critically important component of a successful system response to family and sexual violence. (From the document). Record #6098

This is a discussion paper produced by The Backbone Collective.

The purpose of this paper is to put forward the case for a national collaborative backbone agency - at arm’s length from central government – to be established as part of the infrastructure required to support the new integrated, whole-of-government approach to family violence and sexual violence recently announced by government. We believe that the primary (but not necessarily the sole) purpose of the collaborative backbone agency would be to provide the glue to hold the integrated system together, to enable all key stakeholder groups to have collective ownership, accountability and
responsibility for ensuring the system continually learns and improves over time.

The collaborative backbone agency would collect and collate information from a range of sources and key stakeholders and experts would collectively analyse and agree improvements that need to be made and identify opportunities for strengths-based learning across the system. We believe this is critical to the success of the Government’s new integrated whole-of-government approach.

The Backbone Collective hopes this paper will be used to start a collective conversation among politicians, policy makers,
service providers, service users, iwi and local communities - so they can ‘come to the table’– to contribute their ideas about this critically important component of a successful system response to family and sexual violence. (From the document). Record #6098