Public Meeting: everyone needs the right help

A forum for individuals and community groups to find out about sexual violence services in Wellington and how different communities deal with issues of sexual violence.

Speakers include:
Helen Sullivan has been managing HELP, a specialist sexual violence survivor agency, for ten years and is a passionate advocate for survivors. ** Robyn Hunt** is a disability advocate with decades in the area, and the Clothesline Project is a groundbreaking opportunity for people with disabilities to name the kinds of interpersonal violence they experience - sexual violence, domestic violence - and break the silence around the impacts of that abuse. Shweta Sharma from Shakti support women and children from ethnic minorities experiencing violence within their families. Carl Greenwood, formerly of the New Zealand Aids Foundation, is speaking about sexual violence within the queer community. And Jan Logie from the Greens.

St. Johns in the City - Hall, Willis/Dixon Streets 10am-12 noon

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