The Department of Family and Community Services (NZ) has just released A Cultural Framework for addressing violence in Fijian families in New Zealand. This is the latest document in the Pacific Conceptual Framework series which aims to explain meanings of family and violence – as well as set out key concepts and principles that promote family wellbeing – for seven Pacific immigrant communities in New Zealand (peoples from Cook Islands, Fiji, Niue, Samoa, Tokelau, Tonga and Tuvalu). This is part of the Pasefika Proud initiative of the NZ Ministry of Social Development.
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