If you or someone you support are a survivor of abuse in State or faith-based care, the Crown Response Unit invite you to submit a nomination to join a small group that will develop proposals for a new independent system, Puretumu Torowhānui, focused on healing from trauma and abuse.
Te Kāhui Tika Tangata | the Human Rights Commission is inviting people to share their experiences generally and on the three topics of emergency and transitional housing, rental conditions, and the cultural adequacy of housing.
Nōku te Ao: Like Minds are running a Social Movement Lived Experience Survey to understand what people with mental distress or illness would like, and for people to share their mātauranga or wisdom around what mental distress discrimination issues are most important to tackle in Aotearoa.
The Inclusive Faith Project are running a survey as part of a co-design process that will inform resources that will be practical and flexible for use in many places.
The Royal Commission of Enquiry into Abuse in Care have created an online space at www.korero.abuseincare.org.nz.