Pacific In The Park A Success
Thousands of Pacific people descended on West Auckland’s Moire Park to attend despite constant threat of rain
The Job in Hand
Saunoamaali’i Dr Karanina Sumeo is first Pacific woman to be appointed as the Human Rights Commission’s new Equal Employment Opportunities.
Up2 Tokelau Youth Gameshow
Students gain traditional Family Values based on the Tokelau Conceptual Framework for addressing family violence; Kāiga Māopoopo
Attitude Determines Altitude
When Robson Tavita’s father, Tuilaepa Ropisone Tavita, died in 2005, Robson became determined that it wouldn’t be in vain.
Pacific Family Violence Research series now available
The Ministry of Social Development provided research funding for the completion of a number of research reports focusing on family violence and Pacific communities.
Pacific experiences to inform policy and practice
clinical psychologist and lecturer in psychology Dr Julia Ioane hopes her new research will help inform policy and practice to help our young people and their families going through the youth justice system
Love and Respect shine through
The Pasefika Proud team went out to visit four schools participating in Polyfest to talk about Love and Respect
The Job in HandSaunoamaali’i Dr Karanina Sumeo is first Pacific woman to be appointed as the Human Rights Commission’s new Equal Employment Opportunities. Karanina joined the Human Rights Commission following her role as Principal Practice Advisor (Pacific) at Oranga Tamariki (OT), working to improve outcomes for Pacific children and their families. Read more
Up2 Tokelau Youth Gameshow celebrates Family ValuesFive Wellington college teams of four students each took part in a youth gameshow Up2 Tokelau in early September at the Porirua Elim Centre. The students not only walked away with prizes, but knowledge of Traditional Family Values based on the Tokelau Conceptual Framework for addressing family violence; Kāiga Māopoopo. Read more