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Rights and needs of migrant victim-survivors of family violence within immigration policies and practices
Research and insight from victim-survivors and advocates has shown that immigration policies and practices can create barriers for migrant victims of family violence when accessing help. The UN CEDAW committee has also raised concerns about the risks for migrant women who have children and are victims of family violence. Jan Logie has proposed a member’s bill, Protecting Migrant Victims of Family Violence Bill, to provide stronger protections for people in migrant communities who experience family violence.
This webinar will look at:

- The current experience for migrant victim-survivors of family violence in Aotearoa New Zealand

-Policies from other countries and Aotearoa’s international obligations under UN CEDAW and UNCROC

-What policy, practice and support changes are needed

Nov 28, 2022 11:30 AM in Auckland, Wellington

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