Checking in…

Kia ora e te whānau, We wanted to check in and say we have been working throughout lockdown on our storytelling project, writing and planning our mahi moving forward. We have already had so many inspiring stories of self defined success from our whānau, all of whom have lived experience with the justice system, as … Continue reading Checking in…

Lessons from Scotland: Set lived experience centre, not on the margins

In this blog, we hear from Dave Burnside, Jeremy Tumoana and Katey Thom following their travels to Edinburgh, Scotland to hear from people around the world about their approaches to 'Law Enforcement and Public Health'. This was the fifth time the conference has brought people together who are attempting to bring a public health approach … Continue reading Lessons from Scotland: Set lived experience centre, not on the margins

Kōrero pono: A must see exhibition

Today we draw your attention to an exhibition currently running in Auckland created by JustSpeak which gives voice to those with lived experience of the justice system. JustSpeak describes how the "exhibition features the intimate stories of sixteen Kiwis who have been affected by incarceration. The stories run alongside portraits by a number of Kiwi … Continue reading Kōrero pono: A must see exhibition