Niuean Family Violence Prevention Training Programme

The Niue framework Fakatupuolamoui is based on Niue values and cultural practices to help Niue people build healthier families free from family violence. 

This is a FREE programme which has been designed to be interactive and uses talanoa as a way for attendees to share knowledge and experiences of how their culture can be used to protect and strengthen Niuean families. Both Niue and English languages will be used to ensure your knowledge and experience is shared to enhance the discussion.

The Niuean Conceptual Framework Koe Fakatupuolamoui he tau Magafaoa Niue was developed by the Niuean Working Group: Thomas Kauie, Siahi Sekene, John Ridd Kumitau, Ettie Pasene-Mizziebo, Lyron Lino, Halo Asekona, Mali Erick, Mokauina Fuemana-Ngaro and Manogi Tavelia (writer).

Koe Fakatupuolamoui he tau Magafaoa Niue is a conceptual framework that seeks to address violence within Niuean families and individuals living in New Zealand. The framework will assist Niuean practitioners and non-Niuean providers working with Niuean families and individuals who have been affected by family violence.

The framework is named Fakatupuolamoui, which means, to thrive vigorously and abundantly. Fakatupuolamoui signifies the potential for Niuean families and individuals to achieve wellbeing, and to be strong, thriving, and vibrant.

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