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Community Talks - Quaker Lecture 2022 - The Search for Truth-information, disinformation and the algorithms of social media( 0:58:46)       
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The Annual Quaker Lecture for 2022 is presented by Verica Rupar, Professor of Journalism at the School of Communication Studies, AUT
Published: 26/07/2022 10:00:00 a.m.
Community Talks- Speaking 4 The Planet: Part 1( 0:50:5)       
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Speaking 4 the Planet (S4P) is a public speaking, spoken word and visual arts competition. It provides opportunities for students to express their ideas for a better world. These speeches were recorded at the Christchurch finals held at Tūranga on Friday 1 July. For more info see https://sustainablechristchurch.org.nz/
Published: 6/07/2022 7:00:00 p.m.
Community Talks- Speaking 4 The Planet: Part 2( 0:45:53)       
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Speaking 4 the Planet (S4P) is a public speaking, spoken word and visual arts competition. It provides opportunities for students to express their ideas for a better world. These speeches were recorded at the Christchurch finals held at Tūranga on Friday 1 July. For more info see https://sustainablechristchurch.org.nz/
Published: 6/07/2022 7:00:00 p.m.
Ecu-Action Pt3 Christine Dann and Mark Gibson( 0:39:2)       
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Christine is a graduate of Lincoln University where she has also contributed continuing research; she is an author, eco gardener and cook. Mark is an environmental warrior having carried a strong banner for sustainability and justice in both church and society. Mark is also co-director of Flourish Puawai social enterprise and the lead person in their Regenerative Communities project, a Tiriti based forest in ChCh South.
Published: 28/06/2022 12:30:00 p.m.
Community Talks - The Wonder of Matariki: A Pride Kōrero ( 0:59:49)       
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As part of Christchurch Pride 2022, Dr. Elizabeth Kerekere MP was joined by Jessica Niurangi MacLean (Lecturer at Aotahi, University of Canterbury) and Siobhan Tumai (Takatāpui activist, Māmā, and community worker in Ōtautahi) for a very special kōrero on the wonder and meaning of Matariki from Takatāpui Rainbow perspectives. Hosted by Aotahi - School of Māori & Indigenous Studies at UC.
Published: 24/06/2022 11:00:00 a.m.
Ecu-Action Pt2 Paul Watson and Sheena Dickson ( 0:32:11)       
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A 3 part series on tax justice in Aotearoa, NZ and what needs to change and why.
Published: 21/06/2022 10:30:00 a.m.
Ecu-Action Pt1 Tax Justice - John Minto and Brian Turner( 0:25:18)       
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In search of a fairer tax system for all.
Published: 14/06/2022 9:30:00 p.m.
Community Talks - Employment for Migrants( 0:57:51)       
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Hear from presenters at a Citizens Advice Bureau - Migrant Connect / Selwyn District Council webinar about employment for migrants: Julia Yoo from Community Law Canterbury, Sarah Alwan from the Canterbury Employers' Chamber of Commerce, and Glenda Martin from Volunteering Canterbury.
Published: 1/04/2022 8:00:00 a.m.
Community Talks - The Geoff Rice Lecture 2022 - Putin and History( 1:4:13)       
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Associate Professor Evgeny Pavlov explores why Putin is so obsessed with history and what history has to teach Putin? Evgeny Pavlov is Associate Professor of Russian and History at UC and Vice President of the Australia and New Zealand Slavists’ Association. His recent work includes an edited volume on the political narratives in Russia’s relations with Post-Soviet Europe 30 years after the breakup of the USSR. 'Putin and History' is sponsored by the Canterbury Historical Association
Published: 22/03/2022 8:00:00 a.m.
Community Talks - Putin, Ukraine, Europe and the World....Is there a Way Out?( 0:37:24)       
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The National Centre for Research on Europe at the University of Canterbury hosts a roundtable discussion exploring the causes of Putin's invasion of Ukraine and possible outcomes and consequence for Ukraine, Russia, Europe and the World
Published: 15/03/2022 3:30:00 p.m.
Community Talks - On a Peaceful Future( 0:36:26)       
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Shubha Narayan and Dr Hafsa Ahmed discuss how to achieve a peaceful future with an emphasis on Montessori education principles. Recorded at the Isolation Hotel in the Canterbury Museum
Published: 1/03/2022 3:15:00 p.m.

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