Family First Websites & Projects

Family First NZ has been the leading pro-family voice on a number of major public-policy debates in New Zealand. These include the anti-smacking law, the redefinition of marriage, the liberalisation of the abortion law, and the recent cannabis and euthanasia referendums. There are many issues and events that are destabilising the kiwi family, so we believe these need to be identified and resolved so that our social foundations are strengthened not weakened. Each of these issues has its own dedicated website so that you can be equipped and empowered to speak up on a specific issue. Check out the links below to take you to the specific campaign website.  

Featured Websites


Bob McCoskrie's Blog
The blog of Family First National Director, Bob McCoskrie.

Have Your Say

Communicate with MPs
It is important that our elected representatives hear your voice on issues that are important to you and your family.

Value Your Vote

Voting resource for families
We are pleased to offer this guide as a helpful resource to aid you in making an informed decision when you vote.

Choose Life

Choose Life

Pro Life website
We believe every human being, even the child in the womb, has the right to life. This site also shares information about New Zealand's extreme abortion laws.

Free To Live

Stories on Gender & Sexulality
People to share their gender change and sexuality change experiences, and explain why they oppose the proposed ban on 'conversion therapy'.

Porn Inquiry NZ

The negative effects of pornography
Porn Inquiry NZ is a project of Family First, investigating the public health effects and social harms of pornography.

Other Websites – Forum on the Family – annual conference – Say Nope To Dope (Cannabis) – The Biological Reality of Abortions – Real Women. Real Stories – Reject Assisted Suicide (Euthanasia) – Abortion Legislation Act 2020 – FACT SHEET – Ask Me First (‘Gender Identity’) – Same-Sex ‘Marriage’ (Marriage) – NZ Marriage Coalition – Referendum on Anti-Smacking Law – Research on effects of anti-smacking law, and support for parents

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