This week’s Law for Lunch – Homelessness

Law for LunchCome along, listen to the experts and gain an understanding about the real nature of homelessness in New Zealand.

The topic will be presented by Te Kahu Rolleston, a poet and University of Waikato alumni, who has worked extensively in New Zealand schools, universities and communities with the aim to inspire, encourage and make it easier for people to learn and succeed. Also, by Stephanie McIntyre, the director of Downtown Community Ministry who experiences daily the many shapes and colours of homelessness.

Get accurate and up to date information by asking our lawyers from the Wellington and Hutt Valley Community Law.

Come along to hear about –

  • Emergency accommodation
  • Rights with WINZ
  • Assistance with transition to other accommodation and more…

The talk will take place on Wednesday, 17 August 2016, from 12 noon to 1pm, at the the Ground Floor of the Central Library. All welcome!