I wasn’t aware that New Zealand had a ‘Health Quality and Safety Commission’, but apparently so, and should I be surprised, they have a family violence death review committee.
Their Fourth Annual Report for the year 2013 is available through the link supplied.
History, despite its wrenching pain,
cannot be unlived, but if faced with courage,
need not be lived again.
What do they suggest we do differently?
A quick look behind the scenes at the people involved.
New chair for the Family Violence Death Review Committee (Dec 2011)
The Health Quality & Safety Commission is delighted to announce that Associate Professor of Law Julia Tolmie is to head the Family Violence Death Review Committee (FVDRC) from 1 December.
and the committee members
Professor Merry thanked other outgoing members of FVDRC for their dedication to addressing family violence.
He welcomed the new committee, effective from 1 December and comprising Dr Dawn Elder, Judge Paul Von Dadelszen, Miranda Ritchie, Professor Barry Taylor, Denise Wilson, Ngaroma Grant, Fia Turner Tupou.