Our Themes

Our themes focus us on the ways we can achieve a better deal for future generations of New Zealanders. We don't want to get tied down in the politics, we want a fair economy, a protected environment and a vibrant society.

Guaranteeing a fair economy
UnitedFuture recognises the need for an economy that provides fairness and choice to all New Zealanders. That means we need policies that create a firm safety net for those most in need and that provide the greatest opportunities to succeed for all New Zealanders.
Future Proofing Our Environment
UnitedFuture sees the need to fight for the protection of our outstanding natural environment and the rights of current and future generations to enjoy and participate in them. That means we need to future proof our environment from exploitation.
Embracing Modern New Zealand
UnitedFuture celebrates the diversity of New Zealand. In a globalised world, we need to be accepting and proud of the diverse nation that we are. Understanding and welcoming unfamiliar faces, cultural practices, languages and values is essential to our future success as a trading nation and as a stable and vibrant society.

Key Policies

See the key policies UnitedFuture is advocating for here.

Latest News

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September Newsletter – AGM headlines, local elections & policy announcements

UnitedFuture’s 2016 AGM embraces localism and announces innovative new policies, in line with our vision and key themes for the 2017 election. This year’s AGM coincided with the lead up to local elections, with the party standing candidates across Auckland, as well as for Environment Canterbury. Localism has been a consistent message from UnitedFuture, we […]

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Post 2016 AGM Report

This year for the first time the Party AGM was held on the North Shore in Auckland, in the Northcote electorate of Damian Light. Members & new supporters from all over NZ gathered to hear party leader Peter Dunne give his leader’s address. Then during his President’s address, retiring President Damian Light confirmed the key […]

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ECAN candidate outlines fresh water science-based campaign strategy

I am presently seeking election to Environment Canterbury, principally to put into the public domain of Canterbury New Zealand, also nationally, and globally as a matter of new science, a new way to manage fresh water resources. This will be in unity with the land, so that everyone can live together with every living thing […]

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Hon Peter Dunne

Hon Peter Dunne

Party Leader

Judy Turner

Judy Turner

Deputy Leader

    Damian Light

    Damian Light

    Party President

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