Pointing the debate towards more positive and rehabilitative prison practice.
'Rethinking Crime and Punishment' is a strategic initiative to raise the level of public debate about the use of prison and alternative forms of punishment in New Zealand.
A submission to the bill by SPPU.
A submission on the Community Sentences and Orders Bill.
Looking at the Bail Amendment Bill and its implications and issues.
Submission on the Corrections Bill, advocating for rehabilitation and reintegration of prisoners.
‘The Inconvenient Truths’ Pacific Trafficking in Persons Forum was a first for me.
The question of the social impacts of the Wiri prison.
There are areas of the justice system and process that need to be challenged to ensure a fair, just and effective justice system.
2009 forum on the crime of people trafficking, through sharing of wide expertise.
Pathways to rehabilitative and restorative prison policy.
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Practical and spiritual support offered following major disaster.
The first State of the Nation report on Pasifika people is released.
First course graduates at the Alcohol and Drug Awareness Centre.
Congress 2013 takes place in September.
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