Resources

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

Vuvale Doka Sautu – A Cultural Framework for addressing violence in Fijian families in New Zealand

A Fijian Conceptual Framework to assist with the development of a training programme for Fijian practitioners and service providers working with victims, perpetrators, and families from our communities who have been affected by family violence. 

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Boutokaan te mweeraoi – A Conceptual Framework for enhancing I-Kiribati wellbeing

A Kiribati Conceptual Framework for indigenous concepts of the good life. The primary purpose of the Conceptual Framework is to help inform I -Kiribati practitioners and mainstream organisations working with I-Kiribati victims, offenders and their families and/or communities affected by family violence or te kiriwee n te mweenga. 

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Turanga Māori – A Cook Islands Conceptual Framework transforming family violence – restoring wellbeing

A Cook Islands Conceptual Framework for practitioners working with victims, perpetrators, their families and communities. The Framework provides one pathway for continuing to progress the discourse on addressing family violence. 

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Koe Fakatupuolamoui he tau Magafaoa Niue – A Niuean Conceptual Framework for addressing family violence

A Niuean Conceptual Framework for Niuean practitioners and mainstream organisations working with Niuean victims, perpetrators, and magafaoa (families) affected by family violence. 

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O le tōfā mamao – A Sāmoan Conceptual Framework for addressing family violence

A Sāmoan Conceptual Framework for Sāmoan practitioners and mainstream organisations working with Sāmoan victims, perpetrators, and ‘āiga affected by family violence. 

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Kāiga Māopoopo – A Tokelau Conceptual Framework to address family violence

A Tokelau Conceptual Framework for Tokelau practitioners and mainstream organisations working with Tokelau victims, offenders and their kāiga and/or communities affected by violence. 

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