We are a group of people living on the shores of Te Whanganui-a-Tara wanting to provide sustainable and welcoming spaces for creative and activist people, groups and projects.
We support the ideal of wanting a society free of coercion and oppression and reject systems of domination and discrimination. We embrace the full dignity of all human beings.
We welcome any write ups of your event to be added to our blog. They can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org
19 Tory Street, Level 1 is an open community space The space is run collectively on donations, koha and volunteer effort. The space is free to use and people are asked to nurture the space through exchange.
Honouring Te Tiriti o Waitangi is important to the kaupapa of the space and we do this by acknowledging that we stand on the shores of Te Whanganui-a-Tara land that has been stolen by pākehā, where reparations are ongoing today and injustices in power imbalances occur daily. Relationships are created by listening and reciprocity, we encourage hosts to make manaakitanga central their hosting responsibilities.
19 Tory Street, Level 1 embraces the full dignity of all human beings We support the ideal of wanting a society free of coercion and oppression and reject systems of domination and discrimination. As such the space is open to all who tautoko a range of positive social and political causes.
We value a safe, accessible space for people and groups from a diverse range of backgrounds We actively work to make the space accessible and welcome ways to improve accessibility in all forms.
We value communicating and working respectfully and cooperatively 19 Tory Street, Level 1 is a shared space with the understanding that all who use it will be respectful, courteous and communicative to work with and around each other.
We actively support transparency in the organising and running of the space As a collectively run space, decision making is encouraged by all interested community members and will be actively supported by making the running of the space open and transparent.
As a safe space we value people’s privacy We recognise that there will be times people want (or will need) to have images either not shared at all or pixelated. All photos, videos and sound recordings taken in the space require consent from those identifiable.
Our blog can be found here
If you just want to get in touch or ask is some questions, please email us at email@example.com