Citizenship, belonging and social inclusion for marginalised populations of Aotearoa (panel discussion)
Date:30 October 2018, 5:30pm - 30 October 2018, 7:00pm
A discussion with international and local panelists on the importance of lived experience in supporting social inclusion and reducing discrimination for those with mental health, addiction, and criminal justice histories. Facilitator Khylee Quince (Ngapuhi and Ngati Porou) is Associate Head of School and Director of Maori and Pacific Advancement at the AUT Law School. Panelists are Professor Michael Rowe and Patty Benedict from Yale University, Debra Lampshire from the University of Auckland, and Dave Burnside from Odyssey House.