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Wāhine Māori : keeping safe in unsafe relationships Denise Wilson, Alayne Mikahere-Hall, Juanita Sherwood, Karina Cootes and Debra Jackson

By: Wilson, Denise.
Contributor(s): Mikahere-Hall, Alayne | Sherwood, Juanita | Cootes, Karina | Jackson, Debra.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Auckland, New Zealand : Taupua Waiora Research Centre, AUT, 2019Description: electronic document (84 pages) ; PDF file.Subject(s): TAMARIKI | ABUSED WOMEN | CHILD EXPOSURE TO VIOLENCE | CHILDREN | DOMESTIC VIOLENCE | FAMILY VIOLENCE | INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE | MĀORI | MOTHERS | SAFETY | SAFETY PLANNING | VICTIMS OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE | HAUMARUTANGA | PŪRĀKAU | TŪKINOTANGA Ā-WHĀNAU | WĀHINE | NEW ZEALANDOnline resources: Click here to access online | Media release | Tūhono Māori Developing trauma interventions for mokopuna (video) | Transforming the way we think about Māori women in unsafe relationships (video) Summary: The E Tū Wāhine, E Tū Whānau project is research undertaken with wāhine Māori, kuia and kaumātua, key informants, rangatahi Māori (young wāhine Māori) and tāne Māori (Māori men). Our aim was to understand better the realities of wāhine Māori living with partner violence, from their perspective. More specifically we wanted to know how they kept safe and protect their tamariki when living in unsafe relationships and environments, with often limited resources and help. (From the Introduction). Follow the links for video presentations from the E Tū Wāhine, E Tū Whānau symposium held at AUT on 28 November 2019. Record #6464
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The E Tū Wāhine, E Tū Whānau project is research undertaken
with wāhine Māori, kuia and kaumātua, key informants, rangatahi Māori (young wāhine Māori) and tāne Māori (Māori men). Our aim was to understand better the realities of wāhine Māori living with partner violence,
from their perspective. More specifically we wanted to know how they kept safe and protect their tamariki when living in unsafe relationships and environments, with often limited resources and help. (From the Introduction). Follow the links for video presentations from the E Tū Wāhine, E Tū Whānau symposium held at AUT on 28 November 2019. Record #6464

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