This shift is about bringing together and strengthening relationships between tangata whenua, central and local government, the specialist sector, communities and businesses to plan the responses and actions needed to eliminate violence.
Government agencies will work to streamline processes and remove system barriers in the family violence and sexual violence sector.
Agencies will also develop shared infrastructure that supports continuous learning, co-ordinating a research and evaluation plan for family violence and sexual violence, and a process for continuous improvement through the analysis and sharing of data and insights to inform service development.
Actions 5-9 of the Action Plan will enable us to develop sustainable, trust-based relationships and commissioning decisions grounded in Te Tiriti and share evidence on what works.
These actions are led by different Joint Venture agencies.
Government, communities, tangata whenua and specialists will work together and give feedback to improve family violence and sexual violence responses, healing and prevention. Government will focus on developing trusted relationships and safe ways of working
Government agencies will implement social sector commissioning principles and approach to the 5 Integrated Community-led Responses (ICR) to ensure family violence and sexual violence services are working for them. Implementation will be ongoing.
Regional Public Service Commissioners will support Government and communities to work better together and implement family violence and sexual violence solutions for people.
Establish a tangata whenua advisory group to give advice to the Minister for the Prevention of Family Violence and Sexual Violence to make positive change. Implementation will be ongoing.
Establishing an annual hui will help government, tangata whenua, community and specialists come together to review the progress of Te Aorerekura, share information, and agree on next steps.
The 2022 annual hui for Te Aorerekura took place on 26-27 July. Find out more about the 2022 annual hui(external link). You can also view the korero from the hui on the Te Puna Aonui YouTube channel(external link).
For more information, you can reach out to the Joint Venture and other support services through the Contact us page.