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A winter's night with CPAG

Please join us on Wednesday 31 July at 6.30pm for:              

CPAG's Annual General Meeting

Followed by the official launch of CPAG's two part series on:       

Child Abuse and Poverty: what are the links?      

Light refreshments will be served before the official launch - please join us!

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Please join us on Wednesday 31 July at 6.30pm for:              

CPAG's Annual General Meeting

Followed by the official launch of CPAG's two part series on:       

 Child Abuse and Poverty: what are the links?     

 Following on from the June 2013 release of Child Abuse: What role does poverty play? a review of the last 25 years of research, CPAG will be releasing the second report in this two part series - this time providing an analysis of the New Zealand data.  

With special guest speaker:                                                           

 Patsy Henderson Watt (QSM)                                    

Patsy is Director of the Miriam Centre for Child Abuse Treatment and Research in Whangarei.  The Centre serves the wider Northland region and is spearheading a collaborative, inter-agency approach to help break cycles of child abuse and violence.  Patsy is also a senior clinician and therapist who has been awarded the Distinguished Practitioner’s Award for Just Practice from Unitec and was part of the first collective nomination for the Nobel Peace Prize in 2006.

Nominations for the 2013-2014 CPAG Management Committeeare also open please click here for more information

Please click here for full details and to RSVP