NZ needs to change attitudes towards child abuse, charity says

NZ needs to change attitudes towards child abuse, charity says

A domestic violence service provider has said we need to change our attitudes towards child abuse.

The Coroner's report into the death of three-year-old Moko Rangitoheriri recommends every child be registered and then monitored up until the age of five.
Shine manager Jill Proudfoot says acting on this advice could help save lives. 

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“Staying at the Shine Refuge has been an absolute life changing experience for myself and my daughters. I cannot begin to explain how grateful I am for the enormous amount of help we have received from the ladies at the house.”