Christmas and New Year

Living Without Violence Waiheke will be closed from 21 December 2018 until the 14th January 2019.  Our clinical stall all need a much deserved holiday. Regrettably, we are not funded to provide services during this time.  If you or someone you know is in immediate danger, we encourage you to call 111.  Outside of our office hours you can contact …

Wiremu’s Radio Interview

Good morning, We invite you to listen to Greg Treadwell from Island Radio chat with team member Wiremu Te Taniwha,  (Men’s Group Coordinator) about White Ribbon Day.  Do you have any questions about the services provided at Living Without Violence Waiheke?  Feel free to give us a call on (09) 372-9220. White Ribbon Day – Wiremu Te Taniwha

Whanau and Community – The Sun Came out for White Ribbon Day

    “Mummy this is the best party I’ve ever been to!” This quote from a six year old girl summed up the day. We are so happy for the positive response around White Ribbon Day last weekend. Firstly, the enthusiastic response outside Countdown on Saturday morning with many people signing the White Ribbon Pledge and asking questions. On Sunday …

Whanau and Community Together Day

We hope you can join us for a Whanau and Community Together afternoon including live music, entertainment, bouncy castle, food, cake stall, circus, and childrens activities. This is a White Ribbon Day event generously sponsored by Waiheke Local Board and Waiheke Rotary. Free entry. All welcome. Come along and enjoy the free sausage sizzle, free ice cream and a lolly …

Auckland’s Inaugural White Ribbon Day March

White Ribbon Day is an international event which takes place on 25 November every year.  In 2015, the Auckland Central White Ribbon Day committee decided to host the inaugural White Ribbon Day March in Auckland.  We at Living Without Violence (Waiheke Network) were delighted to join what was a small but spirited gathering on the march which closed down Queen Street and …

16 Days of Action

Why 16 days of action? The 16 Days Campaign is an international campaign started in 1991. Since then, over 5,000 groups in 172 countries have taken part. The campaign runs from 25th November (UN International Day of Elimination of Violence against Women) to 10th December (Human Rights Day). It spans these 16 days in order to highlight the link between ...

Waiheke Radio Interview: 16 Days of Action

Our Agency Manager recently spoke with Waiheke Radio's Jahn Vannisselroy about the 16 Days of Action Campaign on Waiheke Island.  Click on the Waiheke Radio image to listen to the interview. Share this Post