Publications and resources produced by Le Va and partners.
Available as a ready-to-use printable worksheet, this will help you and your family reflect on 2021 and navigate 2022. Also in a web-friendly and editable format, we hope you and your aiga enjoy this resource.
There is a growing acknowledgement of the role of colonisation and its wider economic, social and political structures on the disproportionate rate of suicide in indigenous communities. The Journal of Indigenous Wellbeing: Te Mauri -Pimatisiwin special issue draws attention to the indigenous beliefs, practices and structures that play a central role in suicide prevention for […]
Le Va’s Engaging Pasifika cultural competency training programme is evidence-informed and equips health and disability services to connect culture and care. The 2019- 2020 results are in to show how the programme contributes to better health outcomes for Pasifika people.
As we adjust to the changes that come with COVID-19, many of us may be worried or anxious as we prepare for children to return to school. For guidance on how to promote a supportive environment, have a read or download Le Va’s latest resource.