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Our justice system is fucked ;D
By Alison Cleland and Khylee Quince

This work covers both theory and practice and contains the first analysis, from a Māori perspective, of Aotearoa’s world acclaimed Family Group Conference system. It speaks to youth justice personnel, legal academics and students, criminologists and policy makers.

By Kim Workman

Kim’s visionary work in justice reform began when he became director of Prison Fellowship New Zealand, and ultimately found expression in the Rethinking Crime and Punishment project and in supporting the activist group JustSpeak.


 This installment of Toby Morrison's nonfiction comic The Side Eye, looks at five facts about Māori and the Police.


In this episode Alice explores why there still isn’t universal suffrage for people in prison and why a charity single isn’t always the answer. 

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