Our ambition…

Enabling all male survivors of sexual abuse to access a sustainable national network of appropriate high quality support services.

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Focus point –
Government reveals 25-year plan to eliminate family and sexual violence

Te Aorerekura is the National Strategy and Action Plan setting out a new collective path for government, tangata whenua, specialist sectors, and communities to eliminate family violence and sexual violence.

Bristlecone Project – Hopeful Horizons

Male Survivors Taranaki celebrates opening in New Plymouth with Bristlcone exhibition – portraits and stories of men overcoming sexual abuse.

MSA launches new wellbeing framework

The MSA’s new wellbeing framework draws on global and local models to create a practical and holistic support framework to improve and sustain the wellbeing for our people and the male survivor communities they serve. The five pillars of the framework – spiritual, mental, social, occupational and situational – recognise that we need to engage, enable and support the whole person if we want the best outcomes for all.


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