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Nandor In New Plymouth To Speak On Justice

20 September 2004
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Nandor in New Plymouth to speak on justice

Green Party Justice Spokesperson Nandor Tanczos MP is visiting New Plymouth this week to speak on and discuss the place of justice in prison reform.

The proposition being posed at a public meeting on Thursday night is: 'Longer sentences or less crime? Rethinking Justice'. The Greens approach to crime reduction is based on the principle of justice not retribution.

"Justice is about more than how we deal with crime. It is about how we create a fair, peaceful and sustainable world. We must begin now to both trial restorative justice approaches across the country and build public awareness of the potential of this approach," said Nandor.

What: Nandor speaking on the place of Justice in Prison Reform.
When: 7.30pm, Thursday 23rd September.
Where: Blind Foundation Rooms, Vivian Street, New Plymouth.


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