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Speak Up – Korerotia-17-07-2019 - Alice Andersen from queer youth support group Qtopia, and trans advocate and consultant Jennifer Shields, talk terminology and address some of the key issues around gender identity.Conversations on human rights in our country.17/07/2019 09:00 PM0:57:58Download //www.accessradio.org/Player.aspx?eid=52a226b5-43d9-4e73-8640-cbddbae02a03
Speak Up – Korerotia-19-06-2019 - Refugee resettlementThe New Zealand government recently pledged to increase our annual refugee quota, and as a result refugees will be resettled in new locations about the country from 2020. Considering what is needed to enable 'good' resettlement, particularly in light of Christchurch having recently accepted its first intake of refugees since the earthquakes, are guests Jo Fasheun and Aklilu Habteghiorghis (New Zealand Red Cross), Sarah Ward (Immigration New Zealand) and recently-resettled former refugee Namrud Asrat.19/06/2019 09:00 PM0:56:55Download //www.accessradio.org/Player.aspx?eid=d3d717f8-87b8-4d88-8b1b-7d296cfac91d
Speak Up – Korerotia-15-05-2019 - Carbon Neutral New ZealandSally and guestsPubudu Senanayake (Generation Zero), Daniel Price (Gateway Antarctica, University of Canterbury), Pole to Paris and Trump Forest) and Anita Wreford (Lincoln University) discuss the "Climate Change Carbon Zero" bill currently in front of Parliament.15/05/2019 09:00 PM0:58:48Download //www.accessradio.org/Player.aspx?eid=448aba67-c214-46f3-8063-5abe82552c21
Speak Up – Korerotia-17-04-2019 Human Rights post March 15A recording of a talk by UN Deputy Commissioner for Human Rights, Kate Gilmore, and NZ Chief Human Rights Commissioner, Paul Hunt, and a panel discussion at a of issues arising from the mosque attacks of March 15.17/04/2019 08:00 PM0:53:11Download //www.accessradio.org/Player.aspx?eid=4cfb7407-4300-4997-906c-77636d9852e9
Speak Up – Korerotia-20-02-2019 Period PovertyPeriod poverty occurs when women and girls are unable to afford menstrual products. Join advocates Julie Chapman (KidsCan), Dani Barrington (Leeds University), Olie Body (Wa Collective) and Laura O'Dwyer (University of Canterbury Students' Association) as they debate the human rights implications of period poverty and underscore the importance of breaking down taboos around periods20/02/2019 12:34 PM0:51:4Download //www.accessradio.org/Player.aspx?eid=d69bce5b-2868-4868-b13f-ee860fd1de09
Speak Up – Korerotia-16-01-2019 International students, wellbeing and talking on airPlains FM staff and international student broadcasters discuss the linkages between the international student experience, wellbeing and talking on air16/01/2019 05:44 PM0:58:12Download //www.accessradio.org/Player.aspx?eid=7ae43724-1095-482d-af0a-41af23ac4a88