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News Articles & Reports

Wairarapa men changing family harm patterns.

Wairarapa Times-Age
August 19, 2023

ChangeAbility Supports Pink Shirt Day 2020

Embracing White Ribbon message

Wairarapa Times-Age
November 21, 2019

Taking charge and changing ways

Wairarapa Times-Age
November 23, 2019

Wairarapa Rainbow Support

2019 Survey Report compiled by Alec Aiken
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Creating change one person at a time

Wairarapa News 1 August 2017
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Men walk the talk for anti-violence

Wairarapa Times Age – 26 Nov 2015
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The Ripple Effect

The Listener – 5 Mar 2015
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WHITE RIBBON DAY 25th November - Let's create a Huge Art Gallery!The aim is to create a huge gallery of all the submitted artwork on the walls of the Trust House Recreation Centre for our Family fun day at the Trust House Recreation Centre on 25th Nov 2-6pm.Submit your entry or make enquiries to [email protected] by 20th November 2023.Include your name and a contact number with your entry.There’s no age limit on who can enter.Poster Designs to be submitted in A3 size.All suitable entries received will be printed and placed to create our White Ribbon gallery for public viewing.For inspiration check out or ... See MoreSee Less
View on Facebook Friday! This is a photo of Emma and Elise from the Wairarapa Take The Jump team, who have been busy creating materials for market stalls and getting the JUMP message out in their communities. Our Givealittle campaign will provide funds for groups like this to promote Take The Jump across Aotearoa. These seven shifts account for 27% of carbon emissions and can make a real difference!Donate to our Givealittle campaign here (it ends next Friday, 17 Nov): Wairarapa Take the Jump Wairarapa Take The Jump Aotearoa New Zealand Wairarapa Greens @Sustainable Business Network ... See MoreSee Less
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