JustSpeak Report Launch and Events

JustSpeak
Tēnā koe Mike,

JustSpeak are releasing our report The Case Against Prisons next week and we’re holding events in Auckland and Wellington to mark the occasion! We’re hoping these events will help fuel conversation about the supposed value prisons provide to us as communities, and the actual versus perceived risks they are supposed to solve.

Each evening will have a panel of experts and a geeky comedian to discuss where we are now, and how we can begin to imagine a future without prisons. So join us, let’s look at the data together, and let’s think about how we can grow safer and healthier communities for all our tamariki.

ps. We will be streaming these events via our Facebook page for those unable to attend in person.

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Auckland

Wellington

Time / Place
Thursday 17 May
6 – 8pm
General Library Basement – room B10
University of Auckland

Emcee
Guy Williams

Panelists
Kingi Snelgar
Harvard graduate, Maori lawyer,
advocate for rangatahi

Emmy Rākete
Press Spokesperson for
People Against Prisons Aotearoa

John Sinclair
Co-ordinator for Howard League Auckland and volunteer with Yoga Education in Prisons Trust

Time / Place
Thursday 24 May
6 – 8pm
Old Museum Building, 15 Buckle Street
Massey University

Emcee
Robbie Nicol aka White Man Behind A Desk

Panelists
Dr Jess Berentson-Shaw
Academic, co-director of The Workshop

Kingi Snelgar
Harvard graduate, Maori lawyer,
advocate for rangatahi

John Wareham
Prison reformer and novelist
(How to Break out of Prison)

Ngā mihi,

Kirsten, justspeak.org.nz
http://www.justspeak.org.nz/

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