Published: 27/02/2014
Watch this video to understand how children are affected by domestic abuse and how KIDshine is making a difference.

KIDshine are launching a new, powerful, 4-minute video on Children's Day, this Sunday, March 2nd, and we hope you will watch and share it with others who care about the children of New Zealand.
 
The video features New Zealand's first Commissioner for Children, Dr. Ian Hassall, who helped to establish our KIDshine service ten years ago. It also features Shine's Client Services Director, Jill Proudfoot, and two mothers whose children were clients of KIDshine.
 
Please take 4 minutes to watch this video, which will help viewers to have a better understanding of how children are affected by domestic abuse and how KIDshine is making a difference.
 
There is no violence depicted in the video, but some viewers may find the content disturbing. 

Click here to watch the video.