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Tauiwi Prevention Project Hui

Imagining the Solution 2013

On 09/10 September our Tauiwi Caucus hosted Imagining the Solution 2013, the second annual national sexual violence prevention hui, following on from the Tauiwi and Bicultural stream from Whai ki te Ara Tika – Imagining the Solution in 2012.

The focus of Imagining the Solution 2013 was the primary prevention of sexual violence, or stopping sexual violence before it takes place. It showcased primary prevention strategies, activities and programmes that help build communities free of sexual violence.

Download the Imagining the Solution 2013 Full Programme and to check out photos from the hui visit our Facebook page.

All the presentations are available to download adding to our primary prevention resources list.

 

Keynotes/Panels and Debates

Preventing Sexual Abuse of all Children: Ken Clearwater, Male Survivors of Sexual Abuse Trust (MSSAT)

Download Ken’s presentation

The Great Slutwalk Feminist Debate: “Slutwalk is a great idea.  Challenging the word slut as negative is key to preventing sexual violence”  
FOR: Rachael Wright and Pollyanne Pena
AGAINST: Helen Sullivan and Sandz Peipi Te Pou

Using the Media to Change the World: Sandra Dickson, Tauiwi Prevention Project, TOAH-NNEST
Read the full Reporting Sexual Violence in Aotearoa New Zealand report
Download Sandra’s presentation

Māhi Whānau Māori: Ngā Kaitiaki Mauri - Joy Te Wiata and Russell Smith from Korowai Tumanako, Stella Gukibau from Tu Wahine, and Tania Mataki from Te Puna Oranga

Intersectionalities Panel – Power and Sexual Violence: Poto Williams, St John of God Waipuna; Robyn Hunt, AccEase, The Disability Clothesline and Disability Coalition Against Violence (DCAV); Shasha Ali, Shakti; Elizabeth Kerekere, Tiwhanawhana Trust; Mani Bruce Mitchell, Intersex Trust Aotearoa New Zealand

Workshops

Preventing Child Sexual Abuse

What can adults do? Strategies for preventing child sexual abuse: Mel Calvesbert (Wellington HELP) and Sarah Scott (MSD) > read more

Helping the Community to Keep Young Ones Safe-START’s Approach: Maggy Tai Rakena and Catherine Gallagher, START > read more

We Can Keep Safe: Primary Sexual Violence Prevention Programme: Aimee Stockenstroom, Auckland Sexual Abuse Help Foundation > read more

The ‘Right2BSafe’ Campaign 2012-2013: Jo Taylor, Child Abuse Prevention Services (CAPS) Hauraki > read more

 

School-Based Programmes

Kidpower Teenpower Fullpower Trust’s Healthy Relationships: Cornelia Baumgartner > read more

National Collective of Rape Crisis’ Sexual Abuse Violence Education (SAVE) Programme: Georgia Knowles > read more

Rape Prevention Education’s Bodysafe: Ratika Rai > read more

New Zealand Police’s Keeping Ourselves Safe: Roland Hermans > read more

 

Changing the World

Motivating men to prevent sexual violence: Garth Baker, Gray Matter Research Ltd > read more

It’s not OK Campaign - Developing key messages and engaging with the news media on preventing sexual violence: Trish Green and Rosemarie North, It’s not OK Campaign > read more

Supporting Educators – based on training developed at Rape Prevention Education: Miriam Sessa, Lifeline > read more

Who are You? And It’s Our Business: preventing alcohol-facilitated sexual abuse: Josh Briggs and Fiona McNamara, Sexual Abuse Prevention Network > read more

 

Intersectionalities

“Culture? No Excuse for Abuse!”: Shakti’s Work in Ethnic Communities: Sara Daneshvar, Shakti Ethnic Family Services > read more

Empowerment Through Self Defence: Ana Pereira, Women’s Self Defence Network Wahine Toa > read more

Sexuality and Gender Diversity – You, Me, Us: Thomas Hamilton and Sarah Murphy, Rainbow Youth > read more

People First in Partnership Keeping Safe Feeling Safe Project: Raymond Thoumine and Kaeti Rigarlsford, People First > read more