Category Archives: Members

Renters United

Renters United has a plan to fix renting that ensures that every renter should have the right to live in a safe and healthy home, pay affordable rent, find and rent a home free from discrimination, intimidation and harassment, expect a respectful and responsive relationship with their landlord, have a rental agreement that grants them long-term security and stability, have good cooking, laundry and bathroom facilities and make their home their own through reasonable changes.
Contact [email protected],nz www.rentersunited.org.nz

Oxfam New Zealand

Oxfam is an international development NGO with a goal of Working together to end poverty and injustice and a vision of a world without poverty where people are valued and treated equally, on a planet that has the natural resources to sustain them. Although their main focus is international they also apply their advocacy to issues in Aotearoa New Zealand.

Contact: Jo Spratt

Website: www.oxfam.org.nz

NZ Fabian Society

The Fabian Society is an independent membership-based policy forum that aims to provide a forum for education and debate on progressive policy priorities by providing quality events, publications and research.  Initially, we will focus on the fundamental requirement that New Zealand shapes a sustainable economic future for itself. We provide a forum for critiquing the prevailing economic orthodoxy and the advocacy of viable alternatives and reforms.
Contact Mike Smith / www.fabians.org.nz   

ActionStation

ActionStation is an independent, member-led not-for-profit organisation representing over 100,000 Kiwis holding power to account, standing for a fair society, healthy environment & economic fairness.

Ruby Powell @ [email protected]| www.actionstation.org.nz


Time Bank Aotearoa

Time Bank’s Mission is facilitating an equitable and resilient way forward for Aotearoa New Zealand by creating a means of exchange that values sharing the gifts we have with others, strengthening a sense of community and inspiring respect for each other and our environment.

Contact: Julie Lee / www.timebank.org.nz