Napier Pilot City Trust Unity Day


Friday 23 April 2021


Napier War Memorial Centre, 48 Marine Parade, Napier

Organised by

Napier Pilot City Trust



A kind and fair city needs a Safe and Effective Justice System. Hear how the Turuki! Turuki! recommendations can turn 30 years of inaction.

Come and learn together how we can build a kinder fairer city, then celebrate significant community contributions with the Unity Awards.

Learn about the changes proposed by the Safe and Effective Justice Advisory Group -T e Uepū Hāpai i te Ora and share ideas.


Prof Tracey McIntosh - a member of Te Uepū Hāpai i te Ora is presenting the 2021 Robson Lecture.

Dr Kim McGregor,  Chief Victims Advisor to Government 

 Hon Poto Williams, Minister of Police

Hon Kelvin Davis, Minister of Corrections

Sir Kim Workman former Head of the Prison Service

Louis Bidois, District Court Judge.

Providing a local perspective: Zack Makoare and rangatahi from Te Taitimu Trust; members of the Ngāti Kahungunu Kaumatua Panel who support Te Kooti Rangatahi at Te Aranga Marae; Tania Eden CEO Te Taiwhenua o Te Whanganui ā Orotū; Tevita Faka’osi & Malcolm Byford Kainga Pasifika Services; Theresa O'Brien & Ngarino Tauwhirowhiro Te Waati from Māori Movement.

Background reading:

Turuki! Turuki! Move together transforming our criminal justice system (Te Uepū Hāpai i te Ora - Safe and Effective Justice Advisory Group, 2019)

He Waka Roimata (Te Uepū Hāpai i te Ora - Safe and Effective Justice Advisory Group, 2019)

Te Tangi o te Manawanui: Recommendations for Reform: Strengthening the Criminal Justice System for victims (McGregor,2019).



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