Nunu was one of our very first whānau interview participants. From the outset the words she spoke were powerful and insightful. She’s always so willing to help others, to share her kōrero for the greater good. Our project uses lived experience and qualitative research to inform new justice policy and our whānau participants are at the heart of this. Sharing experiences is what we at He Ture Kia Tika are all about.
Story by story we are finding out what does work for people with a history of imprisonment, addiction, and/or mental health distress. Nunu was happy with her final story and pictures and we are really grateful to have her as part of our research. Watch this space for more from us in 2021.