YouthLaw Aotearoa

  Auckland
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YouthLaw's shared vision is to promote, protect and uphold the legal rights of children and young people in Aotearoa/New Zealand.

  Auckland Youth Legal

Free legal advice line staffed by practising lawyers

A website containing over 60 legal information pages

Law related education in schools and community settings

Contribute to policy and law reform at the national level

Provide training/support for youth workers

Been operating for 22 years.

Each year -

We provide over 2500 young people/families with legal advice, assistance and/or representation

Around 50,000 people visit our website

About 20,000 Rights Wallets are distributed free to young people

Around 5000 people receive legal education

At the national level we lodge around 20 submissions per year and work with various special interest groups.

More about us

YouthLaw is a free legal advice service for children and young people under 25. We also run training, workshops and webinars to teach people about the law, especially in the areas of education, child and youth rights, consent and cyberbullying.

We write reports on areas of law that impact on children and young people and suggest ways these could be improved.

Our website provides legal information in an accessible and youth friendly way as does our phone app.


Who's involved?

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Created by, and paying to a verified bank account of, YouthLaw Aotearoa (Charity)

Registered Charity A Registered Charity has legal recognition under the Charities Act 2005.
Tax credit Donations of over $5 are eligible for a New Zealand charitable giving tax credit.
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