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Welcome. Kia ora, Kia orana, Bula, Namaste, Talofa, Malo e Lelei, Ni hao, Oso o se yo, Zdravo, Salaam.

All women and children have the fundamental right to live free from fear and violence.

Auckland Women's Refuge was the 2nd refuge to be established in Aotearoa/New Zealand and has been operating since September 1975. Auckland Women's Refuge provides safe houses and community support services including:

  • Supporting the rights of women and children to care and protection
  • Promoting autonomy and integrity of all women
  • Providing safety and protection for women and their children
  • Supporting parallel development to enable culturally appropriate service delivery
  • Supporting and promoting the visibility of lesbian women in refuges
  • Collectively sharing responsibility and accountability
  • Supporting diversity of cultures
  • Respecting lesbians' rights
  • Maintaining client confidentiality and privacy

Auckland Women's Refuge belongs to the National Body
of Women's Refuges @ www.womensrefuge.org.nz

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