Pasefika Proud develops and provides downloadable resources relating to family violence, including frameworks, research and infographics.
A duty to care | Me manaaki te tangata
The seventh report of the Family Violence Death Review Committee. The report focuses on a duty to care
A duty to care | Me manaaki te tangata, is the seventh report of the Family Violence Death Review Committee. The report focuses on a duty to care and "...explores factors that have pushed Aotearoa New Zealand away from caring for people who experience family violence, reinforcing messages that no one is there to help them."
A duty to care | Me manaaki te tangata - Executive Summary
In this, the Seventh report of the Family Violence Death Review Committee (the Committee), we draw attention to the concept of a duty to care. It is related to but distinct from a common concept in a western framework :a ‘duty of care’, which is a legal obligation to ensure the safety or wellbeing of others.
COVID-19 Response Report | Community Support and Insights Report
This report summarises insights gathered over the Alert Level 4 lockdown period from 18-31 August 2021 by analysing data gathered from Pacific communities. The workstream is based on the concept of “Prepare Pacific” which is encouraging Pacific peoples to be prepared at every alert level and stage of the COVID-19 pandemic.
COVID-19 Response Report | Impact of COVID-19 Lockdown on Pacific Churches (2021)
This study explores the role of churches and focuses on understanding the impact of the COVID-19 lockdown on church programmes and family needs, and the response of churches to family needs and recovery efforts during this pandemic.
Thematic Brief for 'Gender and COVID-19 Economic Recovery Measures in the Pacific'
A gender analysis of the economic impacts and recovery measures of COVID-19 in the Pacific has been released by the Pacific Women Support Unit. It details how a lack of gendered economic response measures will benefit men, while largely failing to reach women. Developed by the Support Unit for Pacific Women, connecting more than 170 gender equality initiatives supported by the Australian Government and implemented by over 160 partners across 14 Pacific Island countries.