'A call to men: Be the change' hui registrations have opened, free, Te Puea Memorial Marae, Mangere, Auckland, 7 - 9 October.
The It’s not OK campaign has launched a Local Government Toolkit to support local bodies to reduce family violence across New Zealand.
It's not OK campaign news for March - May 2016
It’s not OK has won six awards at the 2016 CAANZ Beacon Awards with partners HOME Magazine and advertising agency FCB.
Three It's not OK Campaign messages in New Zealand Sign Language
The It's not OK Campaign television ads have gone to air in 2016 featuring well-known and everyday New Zealanders highlighting control as a tactic of abuse.
The It's not OK Year in Review 2015 is now available with highlights and news from a busy year for the campaign and our community partners.
At Rugby League clubs in Invercargill and Dunedin, everyday New Zealanders are taking up the challenge to prevent family violence in their own communities.
Community gets behind launch of It's not OK Te Puke campaign.