The Yes Vote – NZ Referendum on Child Discipline 2009

supporters

We are supported by a large number of child-focussed organisations, in Aotearoa / New Zealand and around the world.

If you would like your name or your organisation’s name added to the list, please let us know.

The following organisations have recently registered their support for The Yes Vote Campaign 2009:

And the following individuals have also registered their support for the 2009 Campaign:

  • Glen and Grant Adams
  • Sue Alpass
  • Dr Kev Appleton
  • Gwen Austin
  • Heather & Richard Armishaw
  • Tania Baker
  • James Barber
  • Mark Bell
  • Claire Elizabeth Benson
  • Sarah Glensor Best
  • Gillian Bibby
  • Marion Blak
  • Eli Boulton
  • Jon Bridges
  • June Bright
  • Patricia Brooks
  • Meg Bryant
  • Rod Burgoyne
  • Hilaire Jacqueline Campbell
  • Jenny Carter
  • Suzanne Carville
  • Adam Cath
  • Rebecca Cathro
  • Jane Charlton

Kaye Crowther QSO

  • Piri Csizmadia
  • Deborah Coddington
  • Rowan Cooke
  • Rebekah Cooper
  • Kim Coutts
  • Anna Crawfy
  • Chris Day
  • Terry Dobbs
  • Steve Duffin
  • Judith Duncan
  • Graeme Easte
  • Richard Eastman
  • Barbara Edwards
  • Penelope Ann Elisabeth Ehrhardt
  • Jean Ellerby-Mutu
  • Susan Elliot
  • Fiona Ellis
  • Andrew Fergusson
  • Mary Ferguson
  • Paul Field
  • Ron Findlay
  • Catherine Fletcher
  • Saphir Fox
  • Kate Frykberg
  • Melva Gill
  • Wink Gillespie
  • Joy Glasgow
  • Stacey Green
  • Debby Gough
  • Anna Hamilton
  • Kirsten Hanna
  • Emma Harding
  • Jocelyn Harris
  • Julie Harvey
  • Maria Hendry
  • Lisa Henley
  • Joseph Aaron Hewitt
  • Vicki Hirst
  • Judith Holloway
  • Prue Hyman
  • Trish Hunt
  • Ruku I’Anson
  • Tom Innes
  • Luisa Jackson
  • Kay Jones
  • Terry and Marianne Kayes
  • Cathy Kern
  • Dr Archie Kerr
  • Raoul Ketko
  • Uschi Klein
  • Barbara Lambourn
  • Alex Lodda
  • Jeanine Lumsden
  • Jenny Lynch
  • Joan MacDonald
  • Margaret McLaren
  • Andrew McMillan
  • Frank Macskasy
  • Robyn Malcolm
  • Anne Meade
  • Carina Meares
  • Peata Melbourne
  • Tina Mongston
  • Greg Morgan
  • Helen Morgan
  • Mary-Anne Morgan
  • Margaret and Wayne Morris
  • Deborah Morris-Travers
  • Dave Moskovitz
  • Eva Naylor

Marisa Newman

  • Johny O’Donnell
  • Liam Prestidge Oldfield
  • Louise Oskam
  • Nikki Parsons
  • Lesley Patterson
  • Keith Patton
  • Kayne Peters
  • Guy Puketapu-Andrews
  • Rebecca Reveley
  • Mike & Gill Regan
  • Beverly Reid
  • Justine Reid
  • Lynda Richards
  • Derek Riley
  • Mike Riversdale
  • Te Rito Rodney
  • Channelle Rogan
  • Joanne Ruscoe
  • Dianne Saunders
  • Sue Shone
  • Robin Simenauer
  • Meliors Simms
  • Tracey Sparksman
  • Peggy Spitzner
  • Anne B Smith
  • Christine Smith
  • Margaret Smith
  • Kat Steeneken
  • Tennille Stone
  • Barbara Strathdee
  • Jean Sunko
  • Ruta Tanielu-Etuale
  • Janice Taouma
  • Gillian Taylor
  • Lisa Terreni
  • Vanja Thomas
  • Jocelyn Thornton
  • Cushla Timmins
  • Stephen Tollestrup
  • Ana Tomari
  • Debra Tooby
  • Andrew Treacher
  • Fran Turner
  • Lesley Wahrlich
  • Maataa Waka
  • Bonnie Wanoa
  • Gary Ware
  • Marlene Ware
  • Ali Watersong
  • Dr Russell Wills
  • Rachal Wilson
  • Nicola Wilson-Kelly
  • Gwilym Wogan
  • Craig Young

In 2007, the following organisations supported the repeal of Section 59 of the Crimes Act.

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Plunket Barnardos Save the Children Unicef Jigsaw Ririki Parents CentrePaediatric Society Womens Refuge Epoch

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