Evaluation confirms It's not OK is helping communities to combat family violence
Latest family violence statistics
It’s not OK has developed a package of resources to help hairdressers and beauticians know how to respond to clients affected by violence
This week It’s not OK launched a unique campaign to put the spotlight on family violence occurring in high socio-economic households in New Zealand.
The It's not OK campaign report for 2014 is now available for downloading in pdf or doc formats.
Hamilton Girls’ High students took to the field and formed the words ‘It’s not OK’ as part of an in-depth look into domestic violence in New Zealand.
The You, Me / Us booklet has been been updated as a resource for LGBTI communities on healthy relationships and where to go for support if things go wrong.
Four regional men’s hui focussing on men's roles in communities in preventing family violence are being held in May and June 2015.
Mangere College Video on YouTube
Mangere College in South Auckland embraced the It’s not OK message in 2014, running a range of activities across the year.
Phil Paikea has joined the It’s not OK team as a speaker and champion, alongside existing champions Vic Tamati and Jeremy Eparaima.