The government has ruled out legislative action to stop the Black Caps' tour of Zimbabwe. This means that the only way the tour can be stopped is if the ICC relents and allows teams not to tour on human rights grounds, or Sneddon changes his mind. The former is highly unlikely - they are a morally blind organisation which cares about nothing other than money and cricket - and even if they did, Sneddon would likely still chase the money and go regardless. Which means we have to focus on the latter. And the only way to produce change is to target the sponsors so they will apply pressure to NZ Cricket. Global Peace and Justice Auckland will be holding a march on July 16th to protest the tour and The National Bank's sponsorship of the Black Caps; hopefully they'll have some flyers up soon if you want to stage something outside your local National Bank branch.
The government is also reportedly considering compensating NZ Cricket for the income lost by the cancellation of Zimbabwe's tour here. Frankly, I don't see why we should give them a cent when they're pissing in our faces by going in the first place. Perhaps if they'd shown some backbone and stood up to the ICC themselves, but compensating them for phantom revenue when they are doing something we fundamentally disagree with is simply encouraging a repeat performance. They're independent (their supporters keep telling us that), they have sponsors, let them carry the can.