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Pānui | Newsletter - Issue 104 - July 2021
Kia ora!

We hope that you are keeping warm as we head into the final stretch of Winter in Aotearoa. There is plenty to be reading with a cup of tea by the fire, with further research being published from the 2019 New Zealand Family Violence Study, including two new articles exploring disabled people’s experiences of violence. This is the first population-based prevalence research exploring experiences of intimate partner violence (IPV) among disabled people in Aotearoa New Zealand.
 
There is also new research focussed on engaging with boys and young men around ideas about masculinity, attitudes towards gender and equality and online behaviours. The research explores new ways of approaching prevention of sexual harassment, violence and abuse, as well as other forms of gendered violence and asks how we can support young men to become ‘ethical people’.
 
There is plenty more research, news and events to keep you busy below.  

Ngā mihi nui ki a koutou,
Charlotte and the NZFVC team
New research shows that disabled people experience higher rates of violence
disabled woman working on laptop talking to colleague
This is the first population-based prevalence research exploring experiences of intimate partner violence (IPV) among disabled people in Aotearoa New Zealand. The researchers also explored prevalence rates of non-partner violence among disabled people.

Researchers from the University of Auckland used data from the 2019 New Zealand Family Violence Survey, which surveyed more than 2800 women and men. The findings were published in two open access articles in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine.
News
family group silhouette at sunrise
Government consulting on adoption laws
28 July 2021
The Government is reviewing adoption laws. The review involves public engagement about how adoption laws could change to meet the values and needs of Aotearoa New Zealand in 2021 and beyond (closes 31 August 2021).
pencil drawing question mark
Government seeking feedback on social cohesion and proposals to address hate speech
13 July 2021
The Government is running two separate consultations on two related work programmes (closes 6 August 2021).
microphone
E Tū Whānau new spoken word competition and next Rangatahi Film Challenge
13 July 2021
E Tū Whānau is launching a new Spoken Word Competition and has kicked off the 2021/22 Rangatahi Film Challenge (closes 13 August 2021).
writing group
Call for Proposals for 2021 National Sexual Violence Conference
12 July 2021
Te Ōhaakii ā Hine – National Network for Ending Sexual Violence Together (TOAH-NNEST) is inviting proposals for presentations and workshops for the bi-annual National Sexual Violence Conference 2021 (closes 6 August 2021).
house and garden
Government consulting on housing and urban development and drafting Māori Housing Strategy
7 July 2021
The government is asking for feedback on the development of the Government Policy Statement on Housing and Urban Development (closes 30 July 2021).
group of young people silhouetted
New research on engaging boys and young men in sexual violence prevention
5 July 2021
New research asked boys and young men about online sexual harassment and sexualised abuse against girls and young women, and how to prevent it in Aotearoa New Zealand.
Upcoming events and webinars
10 August 2021
Disclosures Training
Online
Organised by: Safeguarding Children

12 August 2021 *UPDATED*
Youth19 Showcase and Harnessing the Spark of Life: Maximising Whānau Contributors to Rangatahi Wellbeing
Wellington & Online
Organised by: Youth19: A Youth2000 survey event

17 August 2021
DVFREE Workplace ‘First Responder’ Training
Auckland
Organised by: Shine

19 August 2021 *NEW*
Sexwise: Healthy Relationships & Sexuality – Performance & Dialogue
Christchurch
 Organised by: UC Events

24 August 2021 *NEW*
Information Sharing Training
Online
Organised by: Safeguarding Children

24 August 2021 *NEW*
Strangulation in the context of Intimate Partner Violence: A public health issue
Hokitika
Organised by: Rob Veale Ltd

25 August 2021 *NEW*
Unpacking Resistance - DVRCV virtual training
Online (Australia based)
Organised by: Domestic Violence Resource Centre Victoria (DVRCV)

30 August 2021 *NEW*
MAEVe seminar series - Burdens, Intimacies and Practicalities: Training Salon Workers to Respond to Family Violence
Online (Australia based)
Organised by: MAEVe

1 September 2021 *NEW*
Strangulation in the context of Intimate Partner Violence: A public health issue
Hutt Valley
Organised by: Rob Veale Ltd

7 September 2021 *NEW*
Grooming - Safeguarding Children training webinar
Online
Organised by Safeguarding Children

14 September 2021 *NEW*
Prevention in practice - DVRCV virtual training
Online (Australia based)
Organised by: Domestic Violence Resource Centre Victoria (DVRCV)

14 September 2021
Shine one day introductory training:
Responding effectively to people experiencing family violence
Auckland
Organised by: Shine

14 September 2021 *NEW*
Recognising & Responding to Child Abuse and Neglect Training for Health Sector
Online
Organised by: Safeguarding Children

22 September 2021 *NEW*
Child Protection Leads Training
Online
Organised by: Safeguarding Children

29 September 2021 *NEW*
Recognising & Responding to Child Abuse and Neglect Training
Online
Organised by: Safeguarding Children

5 October 2021 *NEW*
Information Sharing Training
Online
Organised by: Safeguarding Children

5 October 2021
DVFREE Workplace ‘First Responder’ Training
Christchurch
Organised by: Shine

19 October 2021
DVFREE Workplace ‘First Responder’ Training
Auckland
Organised by: Shine

19 October 2021 *NEW*
Disclosures Training
Online
Organised by: Safeguarding Children

26 October 2021
Shine one day introductory training: Responding effectively to people experiencing family violence
Auckland
Organised by: Shine

27 October 2021 *NEW*
Child Protection & Code of Conduct Training
Online
Organised by: Safeguarding Children
Register (registration closes 4 October 2021)

10 November 2021 *NEW*
Grooming - Safeguarding Children training webinar
Online
Organised by Safeguarding Children

15 - 16 November 2021 *NEW*
National Sexual Violence Conference
Wellington
Organised by: TOAH-NNEST
Save the data
Call for abstracts closes 6 August 2021

16 November 2021 *NEW*
Recognising & Responding to Child Abuse and Neglect Training
Online
Organised by: Safeguarding Children

16 - 17 November 2021
DVFREE Workplace ‘First Responder’ Training
Online training over 2 days
Online
Organised by: Shine

23 - 24 November 2021
Shine two day advanced training: Expanding understanding of safety, dignity and wellbeing within broader societal contexts of family violence
Auckland
Organised by: Shine

24 November 2021 *NEW*
Child Protection Leads Training
Online
Organised by: Safeguarding Children
Overseas conferences scheduled for 2022
Many events are being cancelled, postponed or changed due to COVID-19. Please check with the organisers for more information. Travel restrictions may apply.

2022

15 - 17 June 2022 *UPDATED*
AIFS 2022 Conference
Melbourne, Australia
Organised by: AIFS
Call for abstracts opens 5 August 2021
Registration opens October 2021.

27- 30 November 2022
Safety 2022 - 14th World Conference on Injury Prevention and Safety Promotion
Adelaide, Australia
Organisers advise that this 2020 conference has been postponed until 2022.
Hosted by: Public Health Association of Australia, with supporting hosts Australasian Injury Prevention Network (AIPN) and Australasian University Safety Association
Learn at your own pace
Fundamentals of Child Protection
and other eLearning courses
Training provided by Safeguarding Children

National Sexual Violence Resource Center - Free online courses
United States
There are many free online courses available, including
Sexual violence in disasters (in 3 parts)
Training provided by NSVRC / PCAR
Training throughout the year
Check the websites for dates and locations

Child Protection Studies Diploma
Block courses
Child Protection Studies Programme
5 day training
Child Protection Workshops
1 day training
Training provided by Child Matters

DVFREE Workplace 'First Responder' Training
Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch and online
Training provided by Shine
What's new in the library
Here are some of the reports, journal articles and other resources added to the NZFVC library recently. Click on the title to read the summary, and follow links to the full text online if it is available. If the journal article is not open access, you will be able to read the abstract. The DOI may help you access the full text from your local library.
Aotearoa New Zealand
Independent Children's Monitor | Te Mana Whakamaru Tamariki Motuhake, 2020.
Independent Children's Monitor's third monitoring report, 1 July 2019 to 30 June 2020.

Oranga Tamariki Evidence Centre, 2021
Related documents:

Sun, Hailong | Wells, Philippa | Renau, Darren | Oranga Tamariki Evidence Centre.
Oranga Tamariki, Ministry for Children, 2021

The Emerald international handbook of technology facilitated violence and abuse
Book chapters related to New Zealand
Pacheco, Edgar | Melhuish, Neil.
(pp. 103-124). Emerald Insight, 2021
Keene, Samantha.
(pp. 289-308). Emerald Insight, 2021

Shine, 2017

Arathoon, Cleo | Thorburn, Natalie | Jury, Ang.
National Collective of Independent Women's Refuges, 2021

Education Review Office | Te Tari Arotake Mātauranga, 2021
Evaluation of learning in Oranga Tamariki residential care settings.

Ministry of Justice, 2021

Waldegrave, Charles | Love, Catherine | Tamasese, Taimalieutu Kiwi | Nguyen, Giang | Parsons, Tafoimalo Loudeen | Makarini, Shamia | Waldegrave, Kasia.
Oranga Tamariki, Ministry for Children, 2021

bGavey, Nicola, et al.
School of Psychology, University of Auckland, 2021

Netsafe, 2021

World Health Organization | End Violence Against Children, 2021
Includes Jeremy, a male survivor from Aotearoa New Zealand.

Ministry of Health | Manatū Hauora, 2020
Related document

Office of the Children's Commissioner | Oranga Tamariki, Ministry for Children.
Wellington, New Zealand : Office of the Children's Commissioner, 2021
What makes a good life? Tamariki and rangatahi Māori Mai world summary cohort report.

Youth19 reports
Peiris-John, Roshini | Kang, Kristy | Bavin, L | Dizon, Lovely | Singh, Nikki | Clark, Terryann C | Fleming, Terry M | Ameratunga, Shanthi | The Youth19 Research Group.
Youth2000 survey series
University of Auckland and Victoria University of Wellington, 2021

Roy, R | Greaves, Lara | Peiris-John, Roshini | Clark, Terryann C | Fenaughty, John | Sutcliffe, Kylie | Barnett, D | Tiatia-Seath, Jemaima | Fleming, Terry M | The Youth19 Research Group.
Youth2000 survey series
University of Auckland and Victoria University of Wellington, 2021

Theses
Moore, Charlotte E.
PhD thesis, University of Auckland, 2021

Dobbs, Terry.
PhD thesis, Auckland University of Technology, 2021

Everest, Adrienne R.J.
PhD thesis, Massey University, 2020

Journal articles

Wilson, Denise | Moloney, Eleanor | Parr, Jenny M | Aspinall, Cathleen | Slark, Julia.
Journal of Clinical Nursing, Advance online publication, 27 May 2021
by Fanslow, Janet L | Malihi, Zarintaj | Hashemi, Ladan | Gulliver, Pauline | McIntosh, Tracey.
American Journal of Preventive Medicine, Advance online publication, 21 July 2021

Malihi, Zarintaj | Fanslow, Janet L | Hashemi, Ladan | Gulliver, Pauline | McIntosh, Tracey.
American Journal of Preventive Medicine, Advance online publication, 21 July 2021 DOI: 10.1016/j.amepre.2021.03.016 (Open access)
International
Vienna, Austria: OSCE Office of the Special Representative and Co-ordinator for Combating Trafficking in Human Beings, 2021

Melbourne, Vic: Multicultural Centre for Women’s Health, 2021

Lomba, Niombo | Navarra, Cecilia | Fernandes, Meenakshi.
European Parliamentary Research Service, 2021

UN Women and Women Enabled International, 2021
Related documents

Go, Avvy | Lee-An, Jiyoung | The Learning Network
London, Ont: Centre for Reseach & Education on Violence Against Women and Children, Western University, 2021
Pacific Women Thematic Brief, updatedMarch2021
Suva, Fiji: Pacific Women, 2021

Segrave, Marie | Wickes, Rebecca | Keel, Chloe.
Melbourne, Vic: Monash University, 2021

Equity Economics, 2021
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Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 2021

Jamieson, Lucy | Feinstein, Clare | Kapell, Alana | Dulieu, Nicole.
Edinburgh, Scotland: End Violence Partnership Knowledge Network; End Violence Lab; Save the Children, 2021

Journal articles

Smyth, Bruce | Fehlberg, Belinda.
Journal of Social Welfare and Family Law, 2019, 41(1): 53-71
Mennicke, Annelise | Bush, Heather M | Brancato, Candace J | Coker, Anne L.
Journal of Family Violence, Advance online publication, 29 June 2021

Azzopardi, Corry | Cohen, Eyal | Pépi, Karine | Netten, Kathy | Birken, Catherine | Madigan, Sheri.
Child Maltreatment, Advance online publication, 5 July 2021

Mannell, Jenevieve, et al.
BMC Public Health, 2021, Online, 15 June 2021

Gregory, Alison | Williamson, Emma.
Journal of Family Violence, Advance online publication, 26 June 2021

Reeves, Ellen.
International Journal for Crime, Justice and Social Democracy, 2021, 10(2), Advance online publication

Alghamdi, Maryam S | Lee, Bonnie K | Nagy, Gabriela A.
Journal of Interpersonal Violence, Advance online publication, 12 July 2021
Cerna-Turoff, Ilan | Fischer, Hanna-Tina | Mansourian, Hani | Mayhew, Susannah.
BMC Public Health, Advance online publication, 12 July 2021

Heilmann, Anja, et al.
The Lancet, Advance online publication, 28 June 2021

Murphy, Jennifer L, et al.
Journal of Interpersonal Violence, Advance online publication, 18 July 2021

Ravi, Kristen E | Rai, Abha | Voth Schrag, Rachel.
Journal of Family Violence, Advance online publication, 30 June 2021

Kyei-Onanjiri, Minerva | Koziol-McLain, Jane | Spangaro, Jo | Walsh, Jeannette | Hegarty, Kelsey.
BMC Health Services Research, 2021, Preprint

Salerno-Ferraro, Alisha C | Erentzen, Caroline | Schuller, Regina A.
Journal of Interpersonal Violence, Advance online publication, 16 July 2021
COVID-19 and Te Whare Māori
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