Community Law Celebrates Government Top-up
Community Law is celebrating the Government top-up of $2.2m
announced in today’s Budget.
“Having been made to live
under a funding freeze for the last 10 years, the funding
top-up is welcome news”, says Liz Tennet, the CEO of
Community Law Centres o Aotearoa (CLCA), the national body
that represents the interests of the 24 Community Law
Centres (CLCs) around New Zealand.
clients per year receive free legal services from our 24
CLCs and the funding boost will enable us to provide more
services to more people in need. Access to justice is so
important for New Zealanders and we thank the government for
enabling us to assist more
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