Stats New Zealand is holding a consultation which closes on 13 August on sex and gender identity … [Read More...]
Introduction. The scale of the consultation. The push for early publication. The long term impact. Explanation of the layout of the report. Volume I Volume II Volume 3 parts 1 & 2 Volume IV Appendix 1 Equating Māori and Pākehā values. The full text of the Royal Commission on Social Policy and link to the… [Continue Reading]
I’ve recently read A Faith to fight for” which was Left Book Club founder John Strachey’s lengthy letter to his daughter, written during The Blitz for her to read in 1951 (should she survive – luckily she did). Under this situation of duress Strachey felt compelled to look at the ultimate values by which to… [Continue Reading]
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