Law for Lunch – Unsafe relationships: Know the signs to look out for your friends and whānau

Law for Lunch

Come along to Kilbirnie Library this Wednesday to another Law for Lunch talk about raising awareness of domestic violence so that people know that standing up and saying something can save lives.

It is presented by Stephanie Edmonds, It’s Not Ok and Lesley Ashworth-Lawson from Community Law.

Their presentation will be focusing on
– ways to identify threatening behavior
– reporting family violence incidents
– how police and government agencies deal with a family violence situation
– getting support from government

You are welcome to come and hear about prevention of family violence, ask your questions and get expert answers from our legal team.

This seminar will take place this Wednesday, October 26 from 12:30 to 1:30pm, at the Ruth Gotlieb, Kilbirnie Library, 101 kilbirnie Crescent.
All welcome! Refreshments will be served.

For more information about Law for Lunch events, please visit wcl.govt.nz/lawforlunch

1 thought on “Law for Lunch – Unsafe relationships: Know the signs to look out for your friends and whānau”

  1. As someone who was bullied as an employee of Wellington Community Law I sincerely hope you have cleaned up your own workplace. You were a very damaging organisation to work for.

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