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NZ Family Violence Clearinghouse

Filed under: General — Downunder @ 9:22 pm Fri 27th October 2006

Current Initiatives link

The New Zealand Family Violence Clearinghouse maintains a list of current initiatives in the field of family violence prevention and intervention within Aotearoa New Zealand, including current projects, programmes, and strategies in the areas of: Services and practice; Research and evaluation; and Policy and legislation.


  1. I wonder if this clearing house will include any members of the fathers coalition

    Comment by Alastair — Fri 27th October 2006 @ 10:32 pm

  2. Good question Alastair.
    I wonder if it will also include research into men’s experience of protection orders too.

    Comment by Stephen — Sat 28th October 2006 @ 3:16 am

  3. They have squarely wrapped themselves in the child, and will come into all discussions as the true defender of the child, and therefore all they may wish to do will be pure, as everyone else will be placed in the position of attacking the child defender. This rhetoric is dishonorable, for they put forth not hard nosed positions, but slogans that none can disagree with.

    Motherhood, apple pie and wrapping yourself in the flag has turned into Feminism, fear from everything is OK and wrapping yourself in the child. Have we advanced from the dreaded past or have some merely change slogans to do the same kind of social engineering without any real evaluation of the last few deacades of high rhetoric. Don’t ask them, for to ask them is to attack the “Child Defender”, which means you are bad, bad and angry white male material. Very bad ground to start any 5 minute clip on the tube with, and you are surely bound to put off the generation that doesn’t like hard nosed debates on logical facts.

    What are the cold facts in total, compared to feelings, happy talk and narrow stats with a agenda between the lines.

    Comment by Intrepid — Sat 28th October 2006 @ 4:54 pm

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