Haimona Te Nahu is Comunity Law’s new Kaitakawaenga (National Māori Coordinator). The role of Kaitakawaenga is to ensure Community Law works more closely and more effectively with Māori communities, including through iwi and other Māori and community organisations. We recently caught up with Haimona…

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After a three-year period of discussions, several major trading banks are stepping up to support the Community Law movement. Over the years, community law centres (CLCs) have been funded from the interest on Lawyers’ Trust Accounts. But when the global financial crisis struck in 2008,…

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Community Law Wellington has launched a chatbot for problems at school. Wagbot is a chatbot that knows the answers to many questions about problems parents and students have with schools in Aotearoa. You can chat to Wagbot here: http://m.me/wagbot. “There is nothing…

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Te reo Māori speakers can now read about the legal status of te reo Māori in te reo Māori thanks to a new bilingual chapter in the Community Law Manual. As part of Te Wiki o Te Reo Māori, Community Law is…

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Robyn Rauna has advised she has taken a position as Chief Executive of Tamanuhiri Tutu Poroporo Trust and consequently needs to relinquish her Independent Governance role on the CLCA Board. We thank her for the significant contribution she has made to Community…

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