About Us

Channels

Keep in touch with Safekids Aotearoa through the following channels:

Newsletters 

Safekids News
Our quarterly print and PDF magazine contains news from Safekids and regular features like ‘Trauma Update’, plus stories from our campaigns, community events and other activities. Back issues are here.

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Coalition Update 
This 1-page e-newsletter is emailed to subscribers every 2 months. The main target audience is the Safekids coalitions and community organisations involved in injury prevention. The contents will keep you up to date on news about Safekids advocacy, programmes, campaigns, workshops, new resources and other happenings. 

Subscribe via Contact Us.

SafetyLit child injury references (weekly)
This weekly e-newsletter is one of the Information Service’s alerting services. We scan the SafetyLit Foundation's weekly “SafetyLit weekly literature update bulletin” for research articles on unintentional child injury prevention. We email what we find to our staff and subscribers. The main target audience is researchers, policy and professionals with a strong interest in child injury and who need to be alerted to new research quickly.

Subscribe here

Safekids Information Update (bimonthly)
Information Update (formerly Kidsinfo Bulletin) is another of the Information Service’s alerting services, published every two months. It contains recent additions to the Safekids library. We also feature new Safekids publications and resources. The main target audience includes: researchers, policy, health promotion and other professionals with an interest in child injury prevention.

Back issues of Information Update are here.

Subscribe here

 

Social Media

Facebook /SafekidsAotearoa
We post about child injury prevention issues, Safekids campaign messages, activities and programmes. We also post about Safekids coalition activities and other partner campaigns.

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Twitter – @safekidsnz 
We post about Safekids activities and campaigns, new Safekids publications and resources, occasional academic research papers and other topics related to unintentional child injury. We also post partner campaign content.

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LinkedIn - Ann Weaver
Ann’s LinkedIn profile is a network hub for Safekids Aotearoa. She accepts invitations especially from people with policy and research responsibilities and who can influence positive outcomes in child unintentional injury prevention. Ann posts about significant news, campaigns and new publications from Safekids.

Visit Ann's LinkedIn 

YouTube
We post videos on campaign and programme themes.

Visit our YouTube channel.