Pledge tour

In July and August 2017 Murdoch traveled to cities and towns from Invercargill to Whangarei to discuss the refugee crisis, New Zealand's response and how locals can help out.

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 University of Waikato, Law School. 11am
9 August   Auckland central. Auckland Unitarian Church.
+++ 11 August University of Auckland, Public Policy Institute  11am
14 August   Takapuna. Lake House Arts Centre.
16 August   Whangarei. OneOneSix.

The pledge

Feel free to print off the pledge, approach candidates and MPs this election and send us a photo of the result. 

Who has pledged so far?

Metiria TureiJacinda ArdernJenny Condie
James ShawGrant Robertson
Jessica Hammond Doube
Marama DavidsonRuth DysonOlly Wilson
Eugenie SageIain Lees GallowayVanessa Lee
Barry CoatesAndrew LittleMika Haka
Julia Ann GenterDavid Clark
Steffan BrowningRachel Boyack
Mojo MathersJo Luxton
Denise RocheLiz Craig
Jan LogieKieran McAnulty
Gareth HughesGaurav Sharma
Catherin Delahunty
Rachel Goldsmith
Rochelle Surendran
John Hart
Thomas Nash
Nicola Patrick
Sam Taylor
Jo Wrigley
Golriz Ghahraman
Ash Holwell

MPs from four parties sign the pledge on World Refugee Day.