Children's contact with MSD services.
- Wellington, N.Z. : Ministry of Social Development, 2012.
Fact sheet - electronic document (26 p.);
Word DOC file: 463 KB
Summary: This 26 page fact sheet examines the contact young people born in 1993 had with Ministry of Social Development (MSD) benefit, care and protection and youth justice services in childhood, and compares this cohort with those born more recently... Read more
Do West Auckland children who witness family violence get an adequate response? : An assessment of the current situation with suggested strategies for the future
by Deborah Yates. - Auckland, N.Z. : WAVES Trust, 2012. Report - electronic document (31 p.); PDF file: 1.21 MB
Summary: The project aim was initially to find out how schools identify and respond to children who witness family violence and how they could be helped by the Family Violence sector to improve their response... Read more
Mokopuna rising : intervention in whānau violence
by Erana Cooper. - Auckland : The University
of Auckland, 2012.
PhD Thesis - electronic document (236 p.); PDF file: 1.82 MB
Summary: Family violence is a critical issue facing Aotearoa New Zealand, and over-representation of the indigenous population is of great concern. The elucidation of successful prevention and intervention strategies is of significant interest to the field, yet there exists a dearth of literature... Read more
Multi-agency statement on collaborative response to potential and actual forced marriage
[signatories to statement] Child, Youth and Family, Work and Income and Family and Community Services (service lines of Ministry of Social Development), New Zealand Police, Ministry of Education and Immigration New Zealand. - Wellington, N.Z. : New Zealand Police, 2012.
Statement - electronic document (4 p.); PDF file: 154.36 KB; HTML file available.
Summary: This multi-agency statement is based on a letter of agreement signed by the agencies listed above on 20 December 2012... Read more
The turning of the tide : a Whānau Ora Crime and Crash Prevention Strategy 2012/13 - 2017/18 developed by the Police Commissioner's Māori Focus Forum. - Wellington, N.Z. : New Zealand Police, 2012.
Strategy document - electronic document (12 p.);
PDF file: 2.56 MB
Summary: This strategy, released in December 2012, is based on Iwi Crime and Crash Plans drawn up by Te Arawa, Ngāpuhi, Ngāti Whātua and Tainui and has been strongly endorsed by iwi leaders around the country... Read more
Ethical principles, dilemmas and risks in collecting data on violence against children : a review of available literature
by Technical Working Group on Data Collection on Violence against Children, Child Protection Monitoring and Evaluation Reference Group. - New York : United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF), 2012.
Literature review - electronic document (93 p.);
PDF file: 3.41 MB
Summary: Ethical guidelines are crucial when carrying out research on violence against children (VAC). Such guidelines help to minimize the risk of potential harm resulting from the data collection process to participants, researchers and others... Read more
The evaluation of campus-based gender violence prevention programming : what we know about program effectiveness and implications for practitioners
by Roberta E.Gibbons with contributions from Julie Evans. - Harrisburg, Pa. : VAWnet, National Resource Center on Domestic Violence, 2013.
Issues paper - electronic document (15 p.);
PDF file: 622.09 KB; HTML file available.
Summary: Colleges and universities have been a key venue for the development and evaluation of sexual violence prevention programming. However, there are no studies demonstrating a link between campus-based sexual assault prevention programs and a subsequent campus-wide reduction in the incidence of sexual violence... Read more