New Zealand’s rates of domestic and family violence are some of the worst reported worldwide. Recent statistics show that in 2014, NZ Police recorded a family violence investigation on average every five and a half minutes, investigating a staggering 101 981 of cases, an increase of 7% from the previous year. These results show that current strategies and initiatives are not effectively changing the way much of the New Zealand population respond to this type of violence.
The Ending Domestic and Family Violence Summit 2016 is an opportunity to develop an intricate understanding of how to overcome the key issues faced by individual government organisations and NGOs. Participants will investigate these factors through a practical lens and collectively brainstorm strategies to reduce domestic and family violence as one infrastructure. Encouraged interactivity will allow professionals in this challenging space to work closely with like-minded individuals and leave with the tools needed to drive effective and sustainable change.
Group Discounts Available:
10% off Standard Rate Team of 3 - 4
15% off Standard Rate Team of 5 - 7
20% off Standard Rate Team of 8 +
Additional Discounts Available for Not for Profit, NGOs and Registered Charities.
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