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Violence within whānau and mahi tūkino - a litany of sound revisited Written by Denise Wilson. Te Pūkotahitanga – Tangata Whenua Advisory Group for the Minister of the Prevention of Family Violence and Sexual Violence

By: Wilson, Denise.
Contributor(s): Te Pūkotahitanga – Tangata Whenua Advisory Group.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Te Puna Aonui, 2023Description: electronic document (208 pages) ; PDF file.Subject(s): AUKATI TŪKINOTANGA | DOMESTIC VIOLENCE | FAMILY VIOLENCE | INTERGENERATIONAL TRAUMA | INTERGENERATIONAL VIOLENCE | LITERATURE REVIEWS | MĀORI | PĀMAMAE HEKE IHO | PREVENTION | TE AO MĀORI | TŪKINOTANGA Ā-WHĀNAU | WHĀNAU | NEW ZEALANDOnline resources: Download report, PDF | Access the website | Watch recorded webinar | Read NZFVC overview of report | Read NZ Herald article, 6 March 2024 Summary: This literature revie , provides current information, explores some areas raised in A Litany of Sound in greater detail and expands the context for Māori living with violence and mahi tūkino. Eliminating violence and mahi tūkino affecting whānau Māori must be a collective effort led by Māori. Addressing the contextual, historical and social conditions must underpin such an effort that enables the persistence of intergenerational violence and trauma within whānau Māori. Attention to the array of factors that negatively impact many whānau living with violence and mahi tūkino is necessary for prevention and healing. Invariably, these factors are generally outside their sphere of control. (From the Executive summary). Record #8561
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Released March 2024.

This literature revie , provides current information, explores some areas raised in A Litany of Sound in greater detail and expands the context for Māori living with violence and mahi tūkino. Eliminating violence and mahi tūkino affecting whānau Māori must be a collective effort led by Māori.

Addressing the contextual, historical and social conditions must underpin such an effort that enables the persistence of intergenerational violence and trauma within whānau Māori.
Attention to the array of factors that negatively impact many whānau living with violence and mahi tūkino is necessary for prevention and healing. Invariably, these factors are generally outside their sphere of control. (From the Executive summary). Record #8561

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