In this video we start at the doorsteps of Parliament.
Dr Nikki Turner and United Community Action Network are delivering a petition to Riccardo Menendez March
Debbie Leyland from UCAN started with an introduction to the speakers, next was Nikki Turner and then Riccardo.
a Petition to the Minister of Transport, Michael Woods
from Aotearoa Collective for Public Transport
to make public transport permanently half price for everyone, and free for all under-25s, tertiary students, Community Services Card holders, and Total Mobility Card holders and their support people.
We have locked in our petition handover (for half price fares) at parliament for Tuesday afternoon next week.
please Sign the petition
United Community Action Network
The United Community Action Network (UCAN) is a collective of individuals and organisations working to implement the UCAN Health Charter. 20 organisations have endorsed the Charter.
The Health Charter outlines a set of basic rights that everyone should be able to claim confidently to obtain resources that are directly relevant to their personal circumstances.
UCAN formed in response to decisions by Capital and Coast District Health Board (CCDHB) to limit the services and funding for the Newtown Health Centre, and to close services for, or fail to protect, people with mental illness.
In effect CCDHB extinguished the vision of the South East and City Primary Health Organisation (SECPHO) as an integrated effective health service for people with high or special health needs. UCAN members hope that the locality networks proposed in the 2021 reorganisation of the public health system revive that vision.
UCAN contributes to this process by providing grassroots feedback and practical suggestions that build towards full implementation of the Health Charter.
To read more about the UCAN Charter for Health, please click the button below (includes 2 videos).
UCAN is not Affiliated with any Political Party.