Public funding for those suffering from “love pain”!

ISTANBUL (IGFA) – More than 1,200 young people in New Zealand are reported to need support to cope with early experiences of love and pain.

This was announced by the Deputy Minister of Social Development and Employment Priyancha Radhakrishnan.

According to The Economist News, Deputy Minister Radhakrishnan said separation is a difficult experience for young people and that the campaign can inspire other young people to develop their own strength, self-esteem and resilience.

Emphasizing that the campaign aims to make a positive contribution to young people’s future relationships, Radhakrishnan clarified that the Love Better campaign is part of a broader strategy to combat domestic and sexual violence.

According to the information received, it was highlighted that while more than 100,000 cases of domestic violence are investigated in New Zealand each year, as of 2020, New Zealand police received 9,723 reports of sexual assault, and that nearly half of the reporters were under 18 years of age at the time of the incident.

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