Because only together we can
fight against domestic violence through
WHO WE ARE
RAA is a leading South Asian community based organisation committed to end violence against women and men.
We are not gender biased in our approach and services to people in crisis and distress. We strive to improve our services for survivors through our prevention and awareness campaigns, workshops and reviews.
We aim to provide essential, practical and culturally appropriate services to the victims of domestic abuse so that they can rebuild their future.
WHAT WE DO
We Provide Care
We care for our clients through culturally appropriate tailored services as per their needs. We strive to support them through crisis and trauma by taking care of their every vital requirement. We extend our helping hand beyond man-made borders.
Our area of functioning is wide. We not only provide varied services to domestic violence victims but also provide educative and informative workshops. We try our best to educate the migrant community about domestic violence and help them to get assimilated into the mainstream kiwi life.
We also provide legal and immigration consultation services, through professionals, to our clients facing various problems related to Legal and Immigration matters in their lives. Our services are not only for family harm victims but open to all. We provide support to the South Asian migrant community in every possible way.
We provide counselling services to strengthen relationships and bond families. We help individuals to develop confidence and determination. Through our services, we aim to strengthen the south Asian migrant community into a thriving, responsible and creative citizens of New Zealand
Anitha thought the whole domestic violence story came to an end once she met someone special.
I met my husband 18 years ago. He seemed a nice easy-going polite man, until I got married to him and moved with him to NZ. I began to see and feel the other side of him. He started giving me a feeling that I was good for nothing…
I had always been involved with their day to day care and that gave me a purpose.
Raj tells his domestic abuse story candidly and with a lot of confusion, he simply did not recognize the emotional abuse with which he was living, but he did notice the effect it was having on him…