Discover what events we have coming up or catch up on a previous webinar.
We have a range of topical and interesting events for you to take part in or review in your own time. Find out what’s been going on at Good Shepherd NZ.
1:00pm-2:00pm, Tuesday 26th July
Explore our new Healthy Financial Relationships Toolkit with the experts behind it.
Over the past year we have been busy working alongside AUT to launch our Healthy Financial Relationships Toolkit, bespoke to New Zealand, based on the findings from our joint research project last year.
Join economic harm specialist Beryl Brogden from Good Shepherd NZ and AUT’s Senior Finance Lecturer Dr. Ayesha Scott, as they take you through our new toolkit; highlighting how you can use it to support your clients and use it within your own relationships.
1:00pm-2:00pm, Thursday 7th July
We invite people working in the family violence sector to join our economic harm specialists, Vanessa and Beryl, as they take you through our new support service that’s designed to help your clients experiencing economic harm.
Discover how this new service can support your clients experiencing economic harm.
1:00pm-2:00pm, Tuesday, 28th June
– Why conversations about money matter in a relationship
– The challenges people face when it comes to raising this awkward topic
– Steps people can put in place to protect them from changing circumstances
– How the toolkit can provide a wide variety of entry points to open these conversations
– What support is available when money goes wrong in a relationship
For Economic Harm Awareness Day, our panelists Dr Ayesha Scott from AUT, Martin King from BNZ and NZBA, Jake Lilley from FinCap and Nicola Eccleton from Good Shepherd NZ explored economic harm.
In this webinar you’ll gain insight into what economic harm looks like and how it is different to other forms of harm, why we use the term economic harm and not financial abuse and why economic harm is often invisible.
Plus, our panelists discuss what’s being done overseas to prevent economic harm and how we can adapt that in Aotearoa.
Money and You episode #4: What does economic harm look like?
Dr. Ayesha Scott (AUT), Martin King (BNZ), Nicola Eccleton (Good Shepherd NZ) & Angela Smart (MoneyTalks) discuss harmful financial relationships and what signs to look for.
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