This research report addresses the scarcity of data regarding Pacific Islander communities and presents research on the diaspora in the U.S. It seeks to understand who is the Pacific diaspora in the U.S., where they came from and where they are located; to examine the prevalence and scope of DV & GBV in Pasifika communities; and to provide a discussion on the different form of violence, direct, structural, and cultural, that normalizes and justifies DV and GBV in these communities.

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