Discussion paper
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This is a discussion paper on what New Zealand can do to prevent family violence. It takes the position that family violence is a solvable problem. Family violence can be seen as largely a 'symptom' of underlying social and psychological issues, that are indeed multiple and complex, but are associated with many of the drivers of other social concerns. It uses findings from current research to prompt informed reflection on preventing violence in New Zealand.

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