In July and August 2017 Murdoch will travel to cities from Invercargill to Whangarei to discuss the refugee crisis, New Zealand's response and how locals can help out. There'll be a chance after the meeting for those who want to make sure their candidates at the coming election take a stand on doubling the quota. We'll also be talking about how those 49% of New Zealanders who live in a place where no refugees are resettled can go about welcoming people to their communities.
All 6pm unless noted:
South Island / Te Waipounamu
10 July Invercargill. Masonic Centre.
12 July Dunedin. All Saints Church.
13 July Timaru. Timaru Bridge Club (7pm)
17 July Christchurch. Workers Education Association.
18 July Nelson. Victory Community Centre.
North Island / Te Ika-a-Māui
25 July Wellington. Sustainability Trust.
26 July Masterton. Reformed Church of Masterton.
27 July Hawkes Bay. All Saints Taradale.
28 July Palmerston North. Hancock Community Centre.
1 August Whanganui. Quaker Meeting Hall.
2 August New Plymouth. Fitzroy Surf Life Saving Club.
3 August Rotorua. St Luke's Anglican Church.
4 August Tauranga. St George's, Gate Pa.
8 August Hamilton. Settlement Centre Waikato.
9 August Auckland central. Auckland Unitarian Church.
14 August Takapuna. Lake House Arts Centre.
16 August Whangarei. OneOneSix.
Who has pledged so far?
|MPs from four parties sign the pledge on World Refugee Day.|