White Ribbon message spread throughout New Zealand
Mon 26 Nov 2012
The 2012 White Ribbon message - Are you man enough to stop violence towards women? - was seen and heard in communities around New Zealand in ...
The 2012 White Ribbon message - Are you man enough to stop violence towards women? - was seen and heard in communities around New Zealand in the days leading up to global White Ribbon Day on 25 November.
White Ribbon is led by men who condemn violence towards women and want to take action. White Ribbon Ambassors, the White Ribbon Ride and many agencies and volunteers supported by the Families Commission delivered the message to people in towns and cities around New Zealand in a variety of ways.
Here is a taste of the media coverage:
Hutt Boys' School perform huge haka on street (video), NZ Herald, 19/11/2012
Men hanging on to old attitudes, says writer, NZ Herald, 20/11/2012
white Ribbon Riders visit Wanaka, Southland Times, 20/11/2012
Call for more funds to fight violence, Otago Daily Times, 23/11/2012
Relay pushes anti-violence theme, Taranaki Daily News, 23/11/2012
Ribbon day run against violence, Dominion Post, 23/11/2012
Riders call for end to violence, Marlborough Express, 23/11/2012
Tug-o-war for White Ribbon, SunLive, 24/11/2012
Domestic violence cases at "horrendous" levels, TV One News, 25/11/2012
Stop the murders of our mothers, NZ Herald, 25/11/2012
Kaipara takes a stand against family violence, Voxy, 26/11/2012