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MEDIA RELEASE

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Transparency International New Zealand
16 March 2019
Patron, Lyn Provost

Standing with the Muslim Community

Transparency International New Zealand stands beside the Muslim communities of New Zealand, and we uphold the values of kindness, tolerance and aroha.

We extend our condolences and prayers to New Zealand’s Muslim communities and particularly the families affected by the horror in Christchurch.

We abhor the evil intent of white supremacist extremism it must not be tolerated anywhere.

We are grateful for the rapid response of our enforcers, the clear response of New Zealand’s leaders, and the caring response of our health providers, unified in demonstrating that the lives of all our people matter.


Julie Haggie
Chief Executive Officer
Transparency International New Zealand
02 74 989 126
Julie.haggie@tinz.org.nz

Suzanne Snively
Chair
Transparency International New Zealand
64 21 925 689
suzanne.snively@tinz.org.nz

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