A series of public meetings will start on July 30 with an event at the Warkworth Town Hall.
It is being organised by Unify NZ, which describes itself as a non-political group that is “deeply concerned about the country’s eroding civil rights, liberties and personal freedoms”.
The meeting will address the theme Democracy Not Co-Governance – What’s At Stake?
There will be a panel of speakers including Pukekohe farmer and Groundswell organiser Scott Bright, who will address the topic of unworkable regulations, Auckland Councillor John Watson, who will talk about Hauraki Gulf Forum concerns, and Casey Costello from Hobson’s Pledge, who will speak on Three Waters legislation.
The meeting starts at 6.30pm. Online tickets can be purchased from Eventbrite for $15. Door sales, $20.
A second meeting on the topic Democracy Not Co-Governance will be held on Sunday, August 21, again at the town hall.