Many of the photos we use on this website are supplied by graphic artist and electronic music producer RQ, AKA Ryan Quinlivan (Ngāti pākehā). Here we share a short story about his art, music and experiences of enhancing his well-being. For over 20 years, Ryan has been observing the landscapes of Aotearoa and capturing their … Continue reading Kaiwhakanikoniko. A profile of graphic artist RQ who contributes photos for our mahi
As a research group we are committed to whanaungatanga, the building and maintenance of connections with whānau and communities. Over the next few weeks we will post stories about ourselves, how we each connect with the project and share our passions for re-envisaging the criminal justice system. Meet Shane White We are starting these stories … Continue reading Rangahau rōpū. Stories about ourselves, beginning with Shane
Our project to re-imagine a different future for people experiencing mental distress and/or addiction in our criminal justice system is supported by the Michael and Suzanne Borrin Foundation. Established through a $38 million bequest by the late Judge Ian Borrin to fund legal research, education, and scholarship, the Foundation believes law is essential to a … Continue reading Kaitautoko. Meet the supporters of our mahi
On the 19th March, Stella, Khylee, Katey and Dave met with Dame Naida Glavish (Ngāti Whātua) and Riki Nia Nia (Ngāi Tūhoe, Ngāti Kahungungu) to discuss the focus of our research and indicate our shared passion around mental health and the way the justice is often ill-defined, abused and negatively impacts Māori communities. Dame Naida … Continue reading Whakataukī. How we were gifted our name.
E kore e taea e te whenua kōtahiKi te rarangi te whārikiKia mōhio ai tātou ki a tātouMa te mahi tahi o ngā whenuMa te mahi tahi o ngā kairarangaKa oti tenei mahiI te otingaMe tītiro tātou ki ngā mea paiKa puta maiA tana wa, me tītiro hokiKi ngā raranga i mākere nā te mea,He … Continue reading Nau mai. Welcome to the He Ture Kia Tika project site