It's great you're here. You see we exist for nothing short of the complete transformation of our criminal justice system. And we'll get there quicker, with you. That's right. As the movement grows, so does our collective power to bring change. It really is great you’re here.
The best way to get involved is to sign up for our monthly Action Updates. We’ll keep you up to date with the latest happenings, resources and ways to take action. By signing up, you’ll be able to:
Connect with like minded individuals, experts and those with lived experience of the justice system. We will be hosting regular workshops, events and forums.
Learn more about our current system, the issues, barriers and opportunities for transformation. We share articles, research, opinion pieces and reports.
Take action to change hearts and minds, and help us grow the power of the justice movement to achieve systemic change. We deliver toolkits, petitions and targeted campaigns.Sign up today for our monthly Action Updates
We frequently hold public forums, talks, events and meet -ups in Te Whanganui A Tara (Wellington) and Tamaki Makaurau (Auckland).
Check out our Facebook page for up to date details on our latest events.
Becoming a Justice Champion is a powerful new way you can help us build support for a compassionate and effective justice system.
Your monthly donation will enable us to deliver advocacy, education and public outreach programmes that strengthen our collective movement, and shift public attitudes and narratives on criminal justice.
As little as $10 each week can power a facilitated community workshop. $40 each week can power a national campaign on a specific issue.Donate now
Our commitment is to steward your donation with the highest possible integrity, transparency and tactical smarts, in order to ensure it’s maximum possible impact.
Do you want to join the movement to transform our criminal justice system? Join us! Share your skills and energy, learn about our vision for the future, and help us build communities not prisons. JustSpeak is powered by volunteers, who are supported by our operational team in Pōneke Wellington.