Find out more about what this referendum is about.
Join Deborah Burnside & Jan-Marie Quin as they introduce;
Aaron Ironside – Say Nope to Dope & Jess McVicar – Sensible Sentencing Trust
Aaron and Jess will speak to the legislation proposed, what that might mean if you vote ‘Yes’ or ‘No’ and the impact of drug use on crime and the victims of crime.
Aaron Ironside, M.A (Psychology) Spokesperson for Say Nope to Dope Campaign – Understands first-hand the systemic damage that addiction creates and has worked privately and in the not-for-profit sector helping all of those, particularly Maori and Pasifika families, struggling with the grip cannabis has over their lives.
Jess McVicar – National Spokesperson for the Sensible Sentencing Trust - a support network for victims of crimes with the aim of ensuring Community safety is paramount and Victims are a priority consideration in the justice system.
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