AAAP has two main areas of work :
They offer a free advocacy service. The team of volunteer advocates assists people to get what they're entitled to from Work & Income.
AAAP is a village of volunteers who work together towards the vision of a poverty free Aotearoa, and they do this via advocacy, organising, education, campaign work and direct action. AAAP was started in 2010 by the iconic Sue Bradford who believed in the rights of people who aren't in recognized work. She was also very staunch about education and training being human rights.
AAAP have built solid relationships with other community groups whose values and work are connected as this is central to the movement. Their current campaigns are built on these foundations - they believe Liveable Incomes and Universal Services can be a bridge to a new system that's been set out in Matike Mai.
Monday : Closed
Tuesday : 10.00 AM - 2.30 PM
Wednesday : Closed
Thursday : 10.00 AM - 2.30 PM
Friday : Closed
Saturday : Closed
Sunday : Closed
Appointments Are Also Available Via Email
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