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The MALOSI Project

Movement for Action in Law to Overcome Social Injustice

Who We Are

Pacific Law Students at the University of Auckland dedicated to educating, empowering and equipping our pacific youth & communities with the tools to overcome social injustice. We have 4 branches that are used as tools to engage with our Pacific people and the wider community: (1) School Workshops - Our school workshops branch looks at engaging, connecting and empowering young pacific students (2) Community Workshops- Our community workshops also looks at engaging, connecting and empowering pacific communities within the pacific. (3) The Malosi Blog ( - Having a blog keeps the wider community engaged with pacific issues. The blog is written and maintained by pacific law students from the university (4) Policy Submissions - Looking to engage with policy and policy makers in order to influence legislation that does not cater or provide for the needs and values of pacific island communities. 
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What We Do

School Workshops

Encouraging our Pasifika youth to pursue a career in law


Engaging, connecting and empowering pacific communities within the Pacific

Volunteer Opportunities (TBC)

Preparing our current students for a future in the legal profession

Contact Us

Interested in getting involved with The Malosi Project and discovering more about our work? Contact us today and see what we have to offer!

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