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  1. Video for Stan Walker urges whānau to talk about sexual abuse and family violence
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    Stan Walker urges whānau to talk about sexual abuse and family violence

    In his new book released today, Stan hopes to influence whānau to stop intergenerational abuse. He also talks about the challenges he's experienced working in the music industry.

  2. Video for Far North Iwi team up with Police to fight family violence
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    Far North Iwi team up with Police to fight family violence

    Far North leaders are teaming up with Police to fight family violence. Te Rūnanga o Te Rarawa chair Haami Piripi says this new approach was created because the old ways weren't working.

  3. Video for 'She Is Not Your Rehab' founders' #HakaAgainstViolence campaign - 12.30pm Newsbreak
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    'She Is Not Your Rehab' founders' #HakaAgainstViolence campaign- 12.30pm Newsbreak

    With Covid-19 keeping many families isolated from the outside world, Matt and Sarah Brown, founders of 'She Is Not Your Rehab', thought what better time to challenge the nation to something that could make a major difference. #HakaAgainstViolence aims to encourage families to take a stand against domestic and family violence.

  4. Video for Whare Māori Portal to support whānau during lockdown
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    Whare Māori Portal to support whānau during lockdown

    Between New Zealand Family Violence Clearinghouse and Ngā Wai o Te Tūī Unitecs' Māori and Indigenous Research Centre, an online resource for Māori whānau and Māori community providers is now available.

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    Women's Refuge CEO: Family violence incidents going unreported

    New data shows a significant increase in "family harm" incidents across the country, since the commencement of Alert level 4 lockdown on March 26th. Counties/Manukau and Northland are of the most affected regions in the country. 

  6. Video for “Sometimes the bubble is the most dangerous place” - Women's Refuge CEO
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    “Sometimes the bubble is the most dangerous place”- Women's Refuge CEO

    Police Commissioner Andrew Coster says family harm statistics have increased during the lockdown. The recent stats are contradicting the number of call-outs from Women's Refuge and a South Island Men's rehab service.

  7. Video for Police and gang leaders come together to reduce family harm during lockdown
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    Police and gang leaders come together to reduce family harm during lockdown

    New Zealand Police and gang leaders across the country have come together to mitigate family harm incidents during the level 4 lockdown by offering support within those communities.

  8. Video for Wāhine in danger should "Leave the house, just go!"
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    Wāhine in danger should "Leave the house, just go!"

    Despite stern nationwide isolation guidelines, Women's Refuge CEO Dr Ang Jury is telling women in unsafe situations to "leave the house, just go!"

  9. Video for Actor Hori Ahipene embraces new role as murdered gay man
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    Actor Hori Ahipene embraces new role as murdered gay man

    From comedy in The Ring Inz to gripping drama in his bee play, Hori Ahipene has chosen a groundbreaking play for his return to the stage after 16 years.

  10. Video for Grandmother's experiences of crime and pain rebuilds others
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    Grandmother's experiences of crime and pain rebuilds others

    As a child, Patricia Walsh suffered from terrible abuse that led her to a life of crime. But she has since turned her life around by becoming a registered social worker and is helping others through her organisation, Toitū Mokopuna.

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