Support a Yes Vote

Please help us – although there has been a great deal of media publicity about the postal referendum and anger and dismay at its leading question and the waste of money involved there are still many people who have not thought about voting.   Many are still confused about how to answer the question.

Here is what you can do to help

  1. Encourage people to vote – a strong YesVote outcome will help the 2007 law now and in the future.
  2. Visit the website is a wealth of information there about why New Zealanders should be voting yes and how the child discipline law is working.
  3. If you have not already done so sign up as a supporter on the website individually and also get your agency to join up . The list will  be useful evidence of support  for the law if we need to resist the reintroduction of legal assault on children in the future.
  4. Visit our website and download the flyer – print this off to friends, family and clients.  Take a walk in your local neighbourhood and distribute the flyer in letter boxes.
  5. Visit our website and send a message of support for the law or your views on the referendum to a MP.Write a letter to your local paper supporting the law and urging people to vote yes. The 2007 law change will in time play a part in reducing violence to children and within families in New Zealand.  It will play a part in securing more positive outcomes for many children.  Authorised by Elizabeth Wood, 85 Ghuznee St, Wellington, for the YesVote Campaign