Grooming fosters Stockholm Syndrome in child abuse

Supplied Content Palmerston North July 20, 2017 New research from Massey University’s School of Social Work identifies how grooming allows Stockholm syndrome to become established in child sexual abuse cases. Dr Shirley Jülich and Dr Eileen Oak recently co-authored a paper published in Aotearoa New Zealand Social Work. The article, entitled Does grooming facilitate the development of Stockholm syndrome? The…

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Grooming fosters Stockholm Syndrome in child abuse

Supplied Content Palmerston North July 20, 2017 New research from Massey University’s School of Social Work identifies how grooming allows Stockholm syndrome to become established in child sexual abuse cases. Dr Shirley Jülich and Dr Eileen Oak recently co-authored a paper published in Aotearoa New Zealand Social Work. The article, entitled Does grooming facilitate the development of Stockholm syndrome? The…

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Auckland Council gets tough on alcohol rules

Supplied Content Auckland, July 20, 2017 Auckland Council is one step closer to introducing stronger measures to reduce alcohol related harm, particularly for our most vulnerable communities. Yesterday (July 19), the Alcohol Regulatory and Licensing Authority issued its decision on appeals made against the council’s Provisional Local Alcohol Policy with the council successfully defending a majority of its policies. Priority…

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SafeSwiss slams Australia’s flawed encryption backdoor plans

Supplied Content Sydney, Australia July 20, 2017 Tim Gallagher, Chief Executive of leading encrypted messaging app SafeSwiss (http://www.safeswiss.com) has slammed Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull’s proposed encryption laws, pointing out the nature of his free secure messaging service for iOS, Android and Windows place it beyond the legal jurisdiction of the Australian Federal Government. The Company has warned users who…

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New Zealand extends deployment to Korea

Mark Mitchell Wellington, July 20, 2017 New Zealand’s commitment to the United Nations Command Military Armistice Commission (UNCMAC) in South Korea will be extended for a further two years to August 31, 2019. Importance reinforced The New Zealand Defence Force currently has five officers deployed to UNCMAC. New Zealand has deployed military personnel to UNCMAC since 1998. The renewal of…

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SafeSwiss slams Australia’s flawed encryption backdoor plans

Supplied Content Sydney, Australia July 20, 2017 Tim Gallagher, Chief Executive of leading encrypted messaging app SafeSwiss (http://www.safeswiss.com) has slammed Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull’s proposed encryption laws, pointing out the nature of his free secure messaging service for iOS, Android and Windows place it beyond the legal jurisdiction of the Australian Federal Government. The Company has warned users who…

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