We've all got a role in

We've all got a role in

keeping our families safe. 

It's OK to help

It's OK to help

if you are worried
someone is living
with family violence.

It is OK

It is OK

 to ask for help.

I need help

Advice and information to stop violence in your family.

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I want to help

You can help people who may be experiencing family violence.

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I want change

Communities have a significant role to play in preventing violence.

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‘My kids were scared and upset’

I was in the supermarket and observed some really abusive behaviour, threats and suchlike. I felt uncomfortable along with everyone else who was watching but nobody did anything and I didn't know what to do. Is It ok to get involved and how would you approach this situation? My kids were scared and upset.

My sister is in a violent relationship

Hi Jude, my sister is in a violent relationship, she won't leave. Lately it has gotten really bad, is there anything I can do? I have texts and messages of what he can do to her sometimes. I want her out of the relationship and safe.

Mangere College DVD

Mangere College DVD
Mangere College in South Auckland embraced the It’s not OK message in 2014, running a range of activities across the year. We’ve made a DVD of the project.

I’m at a crossroads

Hi Jude, I’m at a crossroads in my life, whether to stay in my relationship or leave.

New champion joins the team

Phil Paikea has joined the It’s not OK team as a speaker and champion, alongside existing champions Vic Tamati and Jeremy Eparaima.

Happy Holiday Season

The It’s not OK team wishes you all a safe and restful Christmas and holiday season. We’d like to acknowledge the hard work and commitment by all our partners to prevent family violence in communities across New Zealand.

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