We Call for Action from our kāiga to encourage our next generation of children and young people to learn about their genealogy and to nurture their identity. We call on our kāiga to teach them about the values, concepts and principles which underpin Nga Vaka O Kāiga Tapu and our sacred relationships and understanding of wellbeing as Pacific peoples.
We Call for Action from our Pacific community leaders and from all those who are in positions of influence to speak up for victims of family and sexual violence to lead the efforts to destigmatise asking for help for both victims and people who cause harm.
We Call for Courage from our families, friends, young people, neighbours, educators, employers and parishioners to act when they see violence and to do what is right.
We Call for Action from our Pacific community leaders and from all those who are in positions of influence to speak up for victims of family and sexual violence
We Call for Action from Government and all those who hold the power to act in the interests of Pacific victims and their Kāiga who often feel powerless and forgotten by the system.
We Call for a whole of systems approach to addressing family and sexual violence for Pacific communities that places indigenous knowledge systems at the centre of solutions aimed at restoring the wellbeing of kāiga and communities.
We Call for system stakeholders to partner with Pacific communities and service delivery providers in authentic and meaningful ways to ensure that this new way of partnering is reflected in equitable investment to support Pacific service provision and community-led action to address family and sexual violence.