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White Ribbon Event - Can Indigenous Women Access Justice

Where: Te Rangimarie Marae, 131 Cole Street, Masterton, Wairarapa

Restrictions: All Ages

Registration Types:

Listed by: Huck Haeata

Koha will be appreciated.

The event will be based around a case study of an indigenous woman targeted in a group 'domestic violence' attack, revictimised then demonised by New Zealand Police+:
- Wahine was targeted for violence during a home Invasion not only by a male, but in this case three males
- How and why did the New Zealand Police reverse the situation by revictimising the indigenous woman and deemed the males the victim?
- If the woman did not know the three males would she have suffered the same extreme prejudice from NZ Police?
- Why the term 'domestic violence' needs to be deleted
- Evidence to show how easy it is for violent men to manipulate NZ Police
- Or are NZ Police knowingly assisting violence towards Indigenous wahine?
- Main aspects of the Cartel Method of violence toward Indigenous Wahine in Aotearoa, is founded from Colonialised Practices
- Who do we call when we are Victims of crime? 111? Who else can we call?
- Is it time for a Native Indigenous Protection Service 777 in Aotearoa?
- How easy or difficult is it to access Justice in New Zealand for indigenous wahine?
- What are the ramifications to a woman's life when NZ Police enable serious crime against her?

The last half hour:
Will be an open discussion for attendee's to ask question's, speak, share.

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