Te Pou: An Indigenous Framework to Evaluate the Inclusion of Family Voice in Family Violence Homicide Reviews

Te Pou: An Indigenous Framework to Evaluate the Inclusion of Family Voice in Family Violence Homicide Reviews

The document "Te Pou: An Indigenous Framework to Evaluate the Inclusion of Family Voice in Family Violence Homicide Reviews" explores the integration of Māori perspectives in family violence homicide reviews in New Zealand.

It emphasizes the importance of including Māori family voices and cultural context in these reviews.

The paper discusses the Te Pou framework, which is aimed at ensuring culturally appropriate practices in conducting these reviews. It reflects on the need for a more inclusive and culturally sensitive approach in understanding and addressing family violence in Indigenous communities.

Roguski, M., Grennell, D., Dash, S. et al. (2022). Te Pou: An Indigenous Framework to Evaluate the Inclusion of Family Voice in Family Violence Homicide Reviews. J Fam Viol. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10896-022-00459-6