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Where and how to file a complaint or letter of concern regarding incarcerated people

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This is a document formulated over a number of months by Kei te pai. We wanted to develop something practical for people to use after seeing the disgusting treatment of incarcerated waahine through Auckland corrections and the total inaction of Corrections minister, Kelvin Davis (also known as 'Koretake Kelvin'). It is still a work in progress, but has been formulated with love and care by Morgan Godfery

Its important to remember that waahine Maaori are the most incarcerated indigenous women in the world.

The intention of this document is to provide a guide for protecting the rights of incarcerated people. It is a guide on how and where to make formal complaints in support of mistreated incarcerated people. It is a resource for anyone to use.

NGAA PUKAPUKA WANTED 

We are still seeking donations of books, particularly around by and for Maaori and BIPOC writers, self help, women's health and fiction, specifically for the whare pukapuka in Te Ika-a-Maaui and Milton Prison. 

THIS PROJECT IS ONGOING AND WE ARE ALWAYS SEEKING MORE BOOKS IN ORDER TO CONTINUOUSLY DELIVER BOOKS TO WHARE PUKAPUKA ALL OVER THE MOTU. IF YOU HAVE ANY BOOKS YOU WISH TO DONATE TO SUPPORT THE MAURI OF INCARCERATED PEOPLE 

PLEASE EMAIL KEITEPAIPRESS@GMAIL.COM

You can donate ngaa pukapuka   in person or deliver to

Strange Goods 281 Karangahape road, Taamaki Makaurau

Kei te pai press 4 Glasgow street, Waikouaiti, East Otago 9015

Kia ora rawa atu to our friends Sam, Jamie and Hope from Strange Goods, The Physics Room and The Blue Oyster art project space. 

Kia ora also to everyone who read at our READ-A-THON earlier this year and everyone who has donated so far. 

Arohanui x









MANA MOTUHAKE xo


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