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Organisations Opposing ‘Anti-Smacking’ Bill

MEDIA RELEASE
27 MARCH 2007

Organisations Opposing ‘Anti-Smacking’ Bill

1. Family First NZ (Inc)
2. Sensible Sentencing Trust
3. For the Sake of our Children Trust
4. Grey Power
5. Te Whanau O Waipareira Trust
6. Lifespring Pasefika Trust
7. NZ Centre for Political Debate
8. Society for the Promotion of Community Standards (SPCS)
9. Family Life International
10. Kip McGrath Education Centres NZ
11. Focus on the Family NZ
12. Crosspower Ministries Otara
13. Samoa Community Council of Waitakere City
14. FamilyLife NZ
15. Vision Network
16. Affirming Works (AW) South Auckland
17. Parents Against Negative Intervention by CYFS (PANIC)
18. Families Apart Require Equality (FARE)
19. Pacific Resource Centre Dunedin
20. Drug Proofing Your Kids (DYPK)
21. West Health Fono Trust
22. Family Education Network
23. HandsonEqualParent Trust
24. section59.org
25. Home Education Foundation
26. Affinity Child & Family Services
27. Children and Family Work
28. MOPS NZ [ Mothers of Preschoolers]
29. Drug-ARM Tauranga
30. Right to Life New Zealand Inc
31. Youthline Manukau
32. Drug Arm (Blenheim) Inc
33. Sowers Trust
34. Parents Against Bullying Support Group
35. Family Integrity
36. VOICE Hibiscus Coast
37. Family TV
38. VOICE Helensville
39. Courageous Women
40. Trinity Broadcasting Network South Pacific Ltd
41. Marriage Works
42. Franklin Christian Lobby
43. GCC Public Affairs Group
44. Promise Keepers NZ Ministry With Men Coaching
45. VOICE Waikato
46. Family Federation for World Peace and Unification
47. Family Ministries New Zealand (YWAM)

And probably many more – who unfortunately are government funded, and are therefore concerned that their public opposition to this Bill will affect their funding.

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