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Seventh report | Pūrongo tuawhitu : a duty to care | Me manaaki te tangata

By: New Zealand. Family Violence Death Review Committee | He tao huata e taea te karo.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Wellington, New Zealand : Health Quality and Safety Commission, 2022Description: electronic document (113 pages); PDF format: 4 MB.Subject(s): New Zealand. Family Violence Death Review Committee | He tao huata e taea te karo | Tū Tama Wāhine o Taranaki | Tūhoe Hauora | Manaaki Tairāwhiti | RECOMMENDED READING | ASIAN PEOPLES | CHILD ABUSE | COLONISATION | CULTURAL ISSUES | DATA ANALYSIS | DOMESTIC VIOLENCE | FAMILY VIOLENCE | DISABLED PEOPLE | FVDRC REPORTS | HOMICIDE | INTERVENTION | INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE | MĀORI | MENTAL HEALTH | MIGRANTS | PACIFIC PEOPLES | PASIFIKA | OFFENDERS | PERPETRATORS | SOCIAL SERVICES | SUPPORT SERVICES | TRAUMA | HAUORA HINENGARO | PATU TAMARIKI | PŪNAHA TURE TAIHARA | TAIPŪWHENUATANGA | TOKO I TE ORA | TŪKINOTANGA Ā-WHĀNAU | NEW ZEALANDOnline resources: Download report, PDF, 4 MB | Executive summary, PDF | Companion document: Family violence deaths | Watch: Reflections from the disability community | Watch: Reflections from the migrant community | Watch: Thoughts of tangata whenua | Watch: Thoughts of Committee members | Access the website Summary: "In this, the Seventh report of the Family Violence Death Review Committee, we draw attention to the concept of a duty to care. It is related to but distinct from a common concept in a western framework: a ‘duty of care’, which is a legal obligation to ensure the safety or wellbeing of others. This report explores factors that have pushed Aotearoa New Zealand away from caring for people who experience family violence, reinforcing messages that no one is there to help them. The Seventh report draws on findings and recommendations from in-depth reviews conducted between 2019 and 2021, and previous reports, to highlight where there has been a lack of progress from government agencies, including health, to work towards responsiveness for those experiencing violence." (From the website). Videos: Reflections from the disability community; Reflections from the migrant community; Thoughts of tangata whenua and Thoughts of Committee members can be accessed from the website along with the Executive summary and companion document. Record #7653
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Released 7 June 2022

"In this, the Seventh report of the Family Violence Death Review Committee, we draw attention to the concept of a duty to care. It is related to but distinct from a common concept in a western framework: a ‘duty of care’, which is a legal obligation to ensure the safety or wellbeing of others.

This report explores factors that have pushed Aotearoa New Zealand away from caring for people who experience family violence, reinforcing messages that no one is there to help them.

The Seventh report draws on findings and recommendations from in-depth reviews conducted between 2019 and 2021, and previous reports, to highlight where there has been a lack of progress from government agencies, including health, to work towards responsiveness for those experiencing violence." (From the website).

Videos: Reflections from the disability community; Reflections from the migrant community; Thoughts of tangata whenua and Thoughts of Committee members can be accessed from the website along with the Executive summary and companion document. Record #7653

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