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Posted in Legislation

17AB Purpose of victim impact statements

17AB Purpose of victim impact statements The purpose of a victim impact statement is to— (a) enable the victim to provide information to the court…

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Posted in Better Blokes

Launch of new family violence prevention frameworks – E Tū Whānau, Pasefika Proud, It’s Not OK

06 July 2020. The Ministry of Social Development (MSD) has today launched three five-year frameworks (2019-2023) for the prevention of family violence across Aotearoa. Developed…

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Posted in Policy & Practice

Constitution of Better Blokes Inc

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Posted in Narcissism

When narcissists “devalue” and “discard” (Glossary of Narcissistic Relationships)

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Posted in Psychology

How to Make a Narcissist Panic

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Posted in Policy & Practice

MSA: Equity & Access Policy

The Male Survivors Aotearoa (‘MSA’) Equity & Access Policy (‘Policy’) provides guidelines for peer-workers (both employees and volunteers), trustees and advisors working for the national…

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Posted in Psychiatry Psychology

Narcissists – Your indifference is their kryptonite.

Forget any type of petty revenge you may be plotting; malignant narcissists see all of your emotional responses to them (whether positive or negative) as…

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Posted in Child Pornography

Abuse in Care – Royal Commission of Inquiry June 2019 Newsletter

The Royal Commission has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with VOYCE – Whakarongo Mai, a community organisation that advocates for children and young people…

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Posted in Oranga Tamariki

Oranga Tamariki Ministry for Children – Your Role In Keeping Children And Young People Safe

If you’re concerned a child may be at risk, call us on 0508 326 459. Everyone has a role to play in making sure New…

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Posted in Sports abuse

Vetting of volunteers by sports organisations was “patchy”

Sport New Zealand is set to announce sweeping changes to police vetting guidelines in a bid to ensure sport is safe for children and vulnerable…

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