Events:

Up-coming events are listed below; on our Facebook Page and/or at  http://www.eventfinda.co.nz

If the title is underlined, this means we have a dedicated page to this event with more in-depth information. Click on it to view. 

You can register to attend any of these events by calling 09-377-5541 (between 10am and 3.30pm from Monday to Thursday or 10am-12pm on Friday) or by emailing us on  info@thepeaceplace.org.nz

The majority of events are held onsite at The Peace Place, 2F/22 Emily Place, Auckland City 1010, but this is not always the case so please check!


Spotlight on Social Justice Series 

3rd of three events:

SPOTLIGHT ON SOCIAL JUSTICE: Homelessness with Chris Farrelly, Auckland City Missioner.

Thursday 6th July7-8.30pm

Join us to hear Chris Farrelly, the Auckland City Missioner talk to us about homelessness: it's causes, effects and what we can do about it personally and as a society.

COST: KOHA (All Koha from tonight's talk will go to The Auckland City Mission).

More Spotlight on Social Justice talks will be announced as the dates are finalized.


Supporting the Child Poverty Action Group in New Zealand with Mike O'Brien Associate Professor and Spokesperson

Thursday 17th August 7-8.30pm

Join us to hear Mike O'Brien from the Child Poverty Action Group speak on the subject of Child Poverty in NZ.

COST: KOHA


and coming up.... Dates to be advised

Kai and Korero

The Peace Place is participating in a nationwide project coordinated by ActionStation to get Kiwis talking and visioning the future that we want to have together. Please visit: for full details. 


The Peace Place - Mid-winter Birthday Party

The Peace Place will be celebrating it's fifth birthday this winter. Invites will be distributed soon!


Digital Campaigning Workshop

How does one campaign on important issues like housing? Learn from some local experts leading the way. Presented by ActionStation.


Radical Grace -  a film screening

This multi-award winning documentary is called misleading propaganda by some and by many if not more, a much needed voice in the Catholic church.  This is an opportunity to see this 2015 documentary that covers the life and work of three nuns challenging the Vatican on the role of women in the Catholic Church. Come see for yourself and have the opportunity to discuss these matters with others with interest on this topic. 

Recommended koha $5 to cover costs. Drinks and snacks provided.