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Trauma-Responsive New Zealand

July 2021


Kia ora to all, In response to a call for support from a mother who has had her young daughter taken away from her based on inaccurate information, the hearsay of others and judgement by lawyers and judges in the NZ Family Court, I am asking you to join with me in a campaign that she has started here in NZ Here is her post on Facebook: Melissa Stewart I may have screwed up as a girlfriend, wife, Mum and sometimes as a daughter or as a friend, because I don't always say or do the "right...

NZ Family Courts are harming our people and our future

I am making a call for action to all who read my post Please share this video to raise awareness across the globe Through my role as an advocate, I have seen evidence from many parents facing our NZ Family Courts that our Family Courts are worse than what is shared on the video. Change is needed with urgency Please email our NZ government to make change with urgency Jacinda Adern - NZ Prime Minister - Kris Faafoi - Minister for Justice -...

Helping stop childhood harm a priority for Harkness Fellowship award recipient []

By Carly Gooch, Stuff, July 12, 2021 Studying how to curb childhood harm in Aotearoa will be at the top of Jane Kinsey’s agenda when she heads to the US on a prestigious fellowship award. Nelson Marlborough Health’s general manager of mental health, addictions and disability support services Jane Kinsey has been awarded the Harkness Fellowship, allowing her to take a sabbatical from her role for a year to research adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) at the University of California, Los...

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