FAQs

When do the events start and finish?

The Justice Conference mini-events will run on two seperate evenings in Auckland on September 10 & 11 2019, starting at 7pm and ending at 9.30pm. Please arrive 15 miniutes early for registrations.

The Justice Conference mini-event will run in Christchurch on October 16 2019, starting at 6.30pm and ending at 9.00pm. Please arrive 15 minutes early for registrations.

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Where is the best place to stay?

For Auckland, staying in Morningside and its surrounding suburbs (such as Mt Eden, Kingsland, St Lukes, or Sandringham) will mean you’re either walking distance or a short public transport trip away.

For Christchurch, staying in Addington and its surrounding suburbs (such as Middleton, Riccarton, or Spreydon) 
will mean you’re either walking distance or a short public transport trip away.

Trip Advisor and Airbnb are wonderful resources to help you find accommodation that suits your needs.

Why is there a booking fee?

A nominal booking fee is added by Eventbrite to all purchases to cover administration and credit card processing costs. 

Are seats allocated?

No. Your ticket provides you with general entry, but seats are not allocated, it's first in, first served.

What topics will be addressed at the event?

You can expect to hear about the following topics:

  • Our bicultural journey in action (AKL)
  • The theology of justice (AKL + CHCH)
  • Climate activism (AKL)
  • Business for justice (CHCH)
  • Being a neighbour to our migrant communities (CHCH)

Who are the speakers and artists?

In Auckland, our speakers and artists are:
  • Tearfund NZ resident Theologian, Sean du Toit
  • Author and New Zealand cultural partnership advocate, Jay Ruka
  • School Strike 4 Climate NZ leader, Mia Sutherland
  • Acoustic music duo, Aro
In Christchurch our speakers and artists are:
  • Tearfund NZ resident Theologian, Sean du Toit
  • Refugee resettlement coordinator, Katie Kingsthwaite
  • 27seconds co-founder, Alanna Chapman
  • Benny's Barber Shop founder & owner, Ben Scott
  • Sustainable designer & Frontal Lobe co-founder, Bevan Whiting
  • Acoustic music duo, The Porter Duo
More speakers to be announced over the coming months.

CAN I GET A REFUND ON MY TICKET?

Yes, you are welcome to a refund on your ticket*. Please email info@thejusticeconference.org.nz with the name on the ticket and we will arrange this for you. 

*Refund requests must be received no later than COB on Monday the 9th of September for Auckland, and Tuesday 25th of October for Christchurch, to ensure they are processed prior to the close of ticket sales.

CAN I CHANGE DETAILS ON MY TICKET?

You can change the details of your ticket (such as name or email address) by logging into your Eventbrite Account. See this support article from Eventbrite for more information.

WHERE ARE THE EVENTS BEING HELD?

The 2019 Justice Conference mini-events will be held in Auckland at Crave Cafe, and in Christchurch at Addington Coffee Co-op.

HOW DO I GET A TAX INVOICE?

You can print tax invoices from the order confirmation email you received when booking or from the Tickets section of your Eventbrite account. 

Please contact us if you require further assistance. 

IS THERE PARKING AVAILABLE?

Yes, there are car parks on the street. It’s first in, first served.

WHAT IS INCLUDED IN THE TICKET PRICE?

Your ticket to The Justice Conference mini-event gives you access to one evening event, with complimentary nibbles & a drink included in the ticket price.

DO I NEED TO BRING A PRINTED TICKET?

Bringing a printed copy of your ticket is not mandatory, rather, we can check you in by scanning your ticket on your mobile device. However, if you feel more comfortable bringing a hard-copy, you are most welcome.

Will there be door sales?

Unless we sell out prior to the event, yes, there will be door sales.

Is there food available at The Justice Conference mini-events?

Yes, complimentary nibbleds and drinks will be served as part of your event ticket.