Our partners

Pillars, a partner of FairWay's Family Dispute Resolution (FDR) service, is a charity for children of prisoners to support positive, crime-free lives. They aim to break the cycle of intergenerational offending in New Zealand. Visit their website for more information.

Skylight, a partner of FairWay's Family Dispute Resolution (FDR) service, is a national not-for-profit organisation that supports and resources children, young people, adults and their families/whanau who have been affected by change, loss, trauma and grief - whatever the cause. Skylight also equips, supports, trains and resources the caregivers, relatives, friends, neighbours, workmates, community groups and professionals caring for them. Visit their website for more information.

Ebborn Law is one of the largest specialist family law firms in New Zealand. They are a transformational company leading the way in the law sector in areas such as technology, human resources, organisational design and strategic marketing. Ebborn Law pioneered the VLaw® system of legal service delivery, utilising technology to create affordable and efficient access to justice for all people including via telephone or Skype. They are experts in the Care of Children Act and have been the leading provider of the Family Legal Advice Service (FLAS) since its inception in 2014. Visit their website for more information, and for free information on the family justice system.

Barnardos is New Zealand’s leading provider of children’s social services and offers a range of services across New Zealand, helping thousands of children every year. Their services work to meet the needs of children from birth through to adulthood and range from early help services to intensive services for some of the most vulnerable children and young people in Aotearoa. Their staff support whanau through issues such as abuse, neglect, family violence, educational difficulties, bullying, and more. Services include parenting advice and education, including the “Parenting Through Separation Programme” and “Footsteps to Feeling Safe”, and working with parents, caregivers and others where there are issues of family violence, alcohol and drug use , child health or disability, emotional abuse or neglect, risk or actual statutory involvement, parental mental health issues. Visit their website or call 0800 BARNARDOS (0800 227 627) for more information about their Child and Family Services.