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‘Folau He Vahanoa’ legal education programme – Auckland

March 17, 2023 at 3:24 PM

From the New Zealand Family Violence Clearinghouse -


4 - 5 May 2023


Fale O Samoa, Bader Drive, Mangere, Auckland


Pacific Peoples Legal Education Ltd (PPLE)



Folau He Vahanoa is a free legal education programme aimed at Pacific service providers supporting Pacific families involved with the Family Court, Criminal Court and/or Youth Justice.

Register for this event

The programme will raise awareness about critical issues affecting Pacific peoples in the Family, Criminal and Youth Court spaces.

Pacific Peoples Legal Education Ltd (PPLE) consists of four Pacific female barristers practising in South Auckland.

Hear two of the speakers, Tania Sharkey and Marion Anderson-Ulu, talk about this prorogramme on Pacific Days with Brian on 531pi (accessed via Facebook).

To contact the organiser, email:

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