The Tūturu Summit was held at Parliament on 18-19 March 2020, shortly before Aotearoa went into Covid-19 lockdown.
It followed on from the conclusion of a two-year Tūturu pilot that operated in eleven high schools around the country.
The Summit examined the impact alcohol and other drugs had on young people. Attendees shared approaches to student wellbeing and ways they educated their students about living in a world where alcohol and other drugs exist.
Nineteen speakers presented during the two-day event, including former Children's Commissioner, Judge Andrew Becroft.