ActionStation is a vehicle for people of all backgrounds to unite independent of party politics, special interests and the usual labels that divide us.

We act together to create what we cannot achieve on our own: a society, economy and democracy that works for all of us - everyday people and the planet we love.

Here’s how you can take action with hundreds, or thousands, of others to make this vision a reality.

Take action so everyone in New Zealand can live free from sexual violence

We are working with survivors, students and helping professionals to rally for better government policy and more overall funding to prevent, treat and end sexual violence in our country for good.


Let's build an Aotearoa where we all learn NZ’s history, te reo is taught and celebrated widely and Tiriti is honoured

Together we can ensure ensure that all New Zealanders are taught about local hapū and iwi history, the context and content of Te Tiriti o Waitangi, colonisation and its impacts.


Call on Parliament to protect our democracy from digital threats

From online petitions to voter enrolment reminders, digital platforms like Facebook have enabled New Zealanders to engage in our democracy in new ways. But it’s not all good news. Social media platforms are also being used to manipulate our democracy.


Make a koha to transform our justice system

We work with JustSpeak and others to push for policies that enable a more compassionate justice system. One that prioritises prevention, restoration and rehabilitation, and an end to the over-incarceration of Māori.


Donate so that everyone can live in a warm, dry, and safe home

Using satire is a powerful way of making important complex issues - like fixing housing - easy to understand and accessible to a wide audience. That’s why we’ve teamed up with the comedic genius White Man Behind A Desk to make an explainer video that highlights the realities of what it’s like to rent and what needs to happen to change it.


Make a submission for safe, affordable, accessible and rights-based mental health services for all who need them

Together we were successful in sparking the Inquiry into Mental Health and Addiction. Now we’ve partnered with former mental health commissioner Mary O'Hagan at PeerZone, a social enterprise run by and for people with mental distress, in asking for a system change in the way mental health is treated and talked about in New Zealand.