Resources

Pasefika Proud develops and provides downloadable resources relating to family violence, including frameworks, research and infographics. 

Pacific Peoples in NZ Understanding Our Regions

An infographic overview of Pacific peoples across New Zealand and the Auckland region, including statistics on participation in the labour market, personal income, employment, home ownership and housing.  

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Pacific Peoples in NZ Understanding Economic Trends

An infographic overview of Pacific peoples’ and economic trends including statistics on assets, income and jobs, Pacific peoples in business and enterprise, Pacific peoples’ housing and home ownership and investing in Pacific peoples. 

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Research Summary – Formative Evaluation Of Pacific Provider-Based Family Violence Services

Integrity Professionals Limited (IPRO) report on the formative evaluations of four Pacific provider-based family violence services including K’aute Pasifika Services Trust, DOVE Hawkes Bay, Pacific Trust Otago and TOA (Treasuring Older Adults) Pacific. 

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Research Summary – Formative Evaluation Of Pacific Faith-Based Family Violence Services

Dr Siautu Alefaio-Tugia and Sesimani Havea, School of Psychology, Massey University report on the development and progress of two Pacific faith-based initiatives in addressing family violence in Aotearoa New Zealand including Affirming Works and Churches Unite. 

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Pasefika Proud Wellington Region Pacific Community Leaders Fono Report September 2016

Pacific leaders from churches and social and health services in the Wellington region gathered at the inaugural Wellington Pacific Community Leaders Fono in Porirua on 20-21 September 2016. This report aims to summarise the key themes and community voices from the Fono.

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Pasefika Proud National Pacific Community Leaders Fono Report June 2016

The inaugural Pasefika Proud National Pacific Community Leaders Fono brought together Church leaders and Non-Government Organisations on 20-21 June 2016 in Auckland. This report aims to summarise the key themes and community voices from the Fono.

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