Monday 7th September, 3pm NZ Time
Join our free webinar this September, when we welcome Judge Becroft, Children’s Commissioner, who will discuss how community organisations can focus on and respond to priorities for our tamariki and rangatahi.
He will share insights into how children fared during the Covid-19 lockdown and examine what is needed in 2020/2021 to support our young people going forward.
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About the Presenter
Judge Andrew Becroft
His Honour Judge Andrew Becroft was appointed a District Court Judge in 1996. In 2001, he became the Principal Youth Court Judge of New Zealand; a role that he held until 2016 when he was appointed the Children’s Commissioner. Judge Becroft was the 2018 winner of the Public Service Category at the Wellingtonian of the Year awards for helping vulnerable young people as Children’s Commissioner.
He is married with three children. Judge Becroft is a keen sports watcher, but he confesses, only an average (but enthusiastic) participant. He is strongly committed to a specialist approach to dealing with youth offenders and is an advocate for youth issues.