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Addressing sexual violence for ethnic communities : Shama Hamilton Ethnic Women's Centre Trustprinciples and practices for a new service

Contributor(s): Shama Hamilton Ethnic Women's Centre Trust.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Discussion document.Publisher: Hamilton, New Zealand : Shama Hamilton Ethnic Women's Centre, Trust, 2019Description: electronic document (9 pages) ; PDF file.Subject(s): Shama Hamilton Ethnic Women's Centre Trust | Connections Hui! Wellington, New Zealand, 24 July 2019 | ADVOCACY | CRISIS INTERVENTION | CULTURAL ISSUES | ETHNIC COMMUNITIES | INTERVENTION | MIGRANTS | SEXUAL VIOLENCE | NEW ZEALANDOnline resources: Click here to access online | Access the website Discussion document 4 of 4, November 2019Summary: \ This discussion paper reports on the fourth and final session of the Connections! Hui: Principles and Practices for a new sexual violence response service for ethnic communities (see Appendix for questions that were used to prompt group discussion). This session asked those attending how Shama should establish a new sexual violence response service, in the context of existing responses that may not always work for ethnic communities. The need for this service to be nationally available and adequately resourced underpinned these discussions, which began by exploring service principles. The Connections! Hui brought together just over 100 ethnic community organisers and therapists to talk about sexual violence prevention and responses for ethnic communities. It was hosted by the Hon. Jenny Salesa and Shama Hamilton Ethnic Women’s Centre. Participants who attended represented 31 different ethnicities, 7 different religious backgrounds, 4 genders and were from 13 different regional locations in New Zealand. (From the Introduction). Access the website for the three previous papers (#6451, #6452 & #6453). Record #6454
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Discussion document 4 of 4, November 2019


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This discussion paper reports on the fourth and final session of the Connections! Hui: Principles and
Practices for a new sexual violence response service for ethnic communities (see Appendix for questions that were used to prompt group discussion). This session asked those attending how Shama should establish a new sexual violence response service, in the context of existing responses
that may not always work for ethnic communities. The need for this service to be nationally available and adequately resourced underpinned these discussions, which began by exploring
service principles.

The Connections! Hui brought together just over 100 ethnic community organisers and therapists to talk about sexual violence prevention and responses for ethnic communities. It was hosted by the Hon. Jenny Salesa and Shama Hamilton Ethnic Women’s Centre.

Participants who attended represented 31 different ethnicities, 7 different religious backgrounds, 4 genders and were from 13 different regional locations in New Zealand.
(From the Introduction).

Access the website for the three previous papers (#6451, #6452 & #6453). Record #6454

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