Expat New Zealander highlights interagency coordination for domestic violence prevention
Tue 24 Apr 2012
Graham Barnes, a world recognised authority on domestic violence prevention, is back in New Zealand speaking on the effectiveness of a coordinated ...
Graham Barnes, a world recognised authority on domestic violence prevention, is back in New Zealand speaking on the effectiveness of a coordinated interagency approach to domestic violence prevention. He was interviewed by Kathryn Ryan on Radio New Zealand National yesterday. Graham Barnes works in the Battered Women Justice Project in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
Te Kupenga Whakaoti Mahi Patunga National Network of Stopping Violence in partnerwship with Women's Refuge is hosting training workshops around the country, where Graham Barnes speaks on 'Making a real difference': Effective Coordinated Community Responses to Domestic Violence. Today's workshop is in Wellington. Places may still be available in Auckland (26 April), Hamilton (30 April) and Christchurch (2 May).
Go to our Events page for workshop details and registration information.
Listen to 'Graham Barnes - domestic violence intervention' (various audio formats available), Radio NZ, Nine to Noon, 23 April 2012
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