The Ministry for Women has launched a new online tool to assist policy developers include gender analysis in their work.
The tool, Bringing Gender In, asks key questions to assist people to explore the gender impacts of a policy as people move through the policy process.
The questions explore seven different steps in the process of developing policy >>
30 April to 01 May 2020, Te Papa Wellington
Conference theme: Sustainability of charities and their work
The Charity Law Association of Australia and New Zealand (CLAANZ), in collaboration with Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand (CAANZ) and with support from The Department of Internal Affairs - Chartres Services Ng? Ratonga Kaupapa Atawhai. More >>
Whau Local Board has become the first board in Auckland to launch an Ethnic Peoples Plan, helping it to better meet the needs of a growing and increasingly diverse ethnic community. It was launched with a celebration ceremony in New Lynn, with performances, speeches and entertainment for the approximately 100 community members present.
The Plan was developed with representatives of the community, and contains a number of recommendations in the short, medium and long term. Read the plan >>
On 1 July 2019, the Family Violence Act 2018 came into force. This replaces the Domestic Violence Act 1995. These changes make the victim's safety paramount. Some of the changes include changing the term 'Domestic violence' to 'Family violence' and improving the Protection Order process to be more accessible. More >>
Respectful Relationships for Pasifika Young People
Our “Respectful Relationships” resource is now launched!. As part of Le Va’s Atu-Mai violence prevention programme, the e-learning module outlines respectful partner relationships within a Pasifika framework. Co-designed with Pasifika young people, it focuses on equipping our young people with tools to flourish in their relationships with their partners. Share this wonderful e-learning experience with your young people today! >>