DCAFV’s Political Debate on Family Violence

Family Violence is current and huge problem in our community.

Dunedin Collaboration Against Family Violence is extremely happy to announce the upcoming political debate on Family Violence. This will be chaired by Professor Nicola Atwool from the University of Otago on the 5th of September, 6 till 7:30pm.

You are invited to watch this political debate where representatives of four major parties will discuss how they propose to challenge family violence in our community.

Representatives include: Claire Curran (Labour), Jacqui Dean (National), Jan Logie (Greens) and Tracey Martin (New Zealand First)

The discussion will be live-streamed so that it can be watched from your own home, and a copy of the recording will be available to download after the event. Details about how you can do this can be found at the new Families Free From Violence website under News or by following this link: http://familiesfreefromviolence.org.nz/blog

To enable as many people as possible to participate in the debate, DCAFV are seeking questions that Rob Thomson will collate and have put to the panel.  Please send questions to Rob by Wednesday 3rd September at the latest so that the panel members are able to consider their answers before the discussion. These details can be found on the Council of Social Services calendar.