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Speak Up – Korerotia-19-09-2018 Suffrage 125
It is 125 years since New Zealand became the first country to allow women to vote in parliamentary elections. In this show, guests Vanisa Dhiru (National President of the National Council of Women NZ), Katie Pickles (Historian of Women's and Feminist History at the University of Canterbury) and Kym Hamilton (Tokona Te Raki) ponder the history of suffrage in Aotearoa New Zealand, as well as the current state of women's rights in the country. This show is proudly supported by the Ministry for Women's Suffrage 125 Community Fund
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Speak Up – Korerotia-15-08-2018 Indian Communities in Aotearoa
Guests Rakesh Naidoo (Strategic Advisor Race Relations at the Human Rights Commission), Archna Tandon and Jane Buckingham (University of Canterbury historian) discuss Indian migration to and settlement in New Zealand across the centuries.
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Speak Up – Korerotia-18-07-2018 Tā moko
Tā moko - Maori tattoos - are enjoying a resurgence. Tā moko artist Chris Harvey, lecturer Komene Kururangi and photographer Michael Bradley discuss the reasons for this resurgence, as well as the reasons and responsibilities that come with deciding to wear such a visible sign of matauranga Maori.
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Speak Up – Korerotia-20-06-2018 Homelessness
Sally and Andrea tackle the topic of homelessness in Christchurch and New Zealand.
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Speak Up – Korerotia-21-05-2018 CPAG (Child Poverty Action Group) Budget Analysis
CPAG (Child Poverty Action Group) Budget Analysis with Paul Dalziel - Children and the Budget , Lucy D'Aeth - Children and Mental Wellbeing Promotion, Christina McKerchar - Children and Healthy Food Environments
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Speak Up – Korerotia-16-05-2018 Youth Suicide
New Zealand has high rates of youth suicide, especially among Maori and Pasifika populations. In the first part of the show, Sir Peter Gluckman, Prime Minister's Chief Science Advisor, talks about the statistics and the importance of providing supportive contexts for young people. Jackie Burrows and Tanith Petersen of He Waka Tapu, and Wesley Mauafu from PYLAT, then talk about youth suicide prevention initiatives in Christchurch.
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Speak Up – Korerotia-18-04-2018 Food Waste
If food waste were a country, it would be the third-biggest greenhouse gas emitter after China and the United States. Added to this immense environmental impact is the social impact: How much food is thrown away that could be eaten? Join our guests as they share statistics and information about the various ways in which they work to repurpose food waste and save it from landfill. Guests: Jenny Marshall, Love Food Hate Waste Amanda Chapman, Amanda in Waste-Free Land Torie Madison, Revival Food Company John Milligan, City Harvest food rescue organisation Trudy Burrows, New Brighton community fridge and pantry
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Speak Up – Korerotia-21-03-2018 Race and Disability
Race and ethnicity, and disability, are among the most common grounds for discrimination - so what happens when someone identifies as both a racial or ethnic minority and as having a disability? Guests discuss the intersectionality of this double discrimination, touching on issues as wide-ranging and important as the existence of 'ablism,' the importance of culturally-sound supports, strength-based narratives of disability, and systemic discrimination including in migration policy and prison musters. Guests: Paul Gibson (former Disability Commissioner at the Human Rights Commission) Jane Flanagan (Senior Research and Policy Advisor, National Ethnic Disability Alliance (NEDA), Australia) Lepou Suia Tuulua (Disability Information Advice and Support Team, Vaka Tautua)
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Speak Up – Korerotia-18-02-2018 Euthanasia: Voices for and against.
Six people give very thoughtful and thought-provoking opinions for or against voluntary euthanasia.
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Speak Up – Korerotia-06-02-2018 Art and Social Responsibility
Sally hosts a discussion at CoCA Gallery with artist Ruth Watson, art curator Jennifer Shields, Saikuru founder Alice Ridley and socialist feminist Sionnain Byrnes
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Speak Up – Korerotia-17-01-2018 The public intellectual in the nuclear age
Associate Professor Benoit Pelopidas of Sciences Po, Paris, theorises and ponders the role of the public intellectual in response to nuclear issues in the face of public apathy and lack of political will, while Dr Lyndon Burford places this discussion in the context of New Zealand and the July 2017 adoption of the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons
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Speak Up – Korerotia-20-12-2017 Collaborative Urban Living
How can we live 'better' in our growing cities? Jason Twill (Director, Urban Apostles and Innovation Fellow and Senior Lecturer, Faculty of Design, Architecture and Building, University of Technology, Sydney), Greer O’Donnell, (Ohu (Office of Holistic Urbanism)) and Jane Quigley, Viva! Project discuss ideas and opportunities for collaborative urban living
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Speak Up – Korerotia-15-11-2017 Issues Affecting Men
With Donald Pettitt, CEO of Canterbury Men's Centre, Iain Fergusson and Steve Carter
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Speak Up – Korerotia-18-10-2017-Commemorating the New Zealand Wars
28 October 2017 marks the inaugural national commemoration of the New Zealand Wars. Pita Tipene, an iwi representative on the commemoration Advisory Panel, and historians Lloyd Carpenter and Edmund Bohan, discuss the Wars, their significance for the country in terms of national identity and te Tiriti of Waitangi and the importance of remembering.
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Speak Up – Korerotia-13-10-2017-Cultural and linguistic minorities in disaster risk reduction
Part I: Sharon O'Brien and Federico Federici of INTERACT (International Network on Crisis Translation) discuss the critical importance of effective communication during crisis, including the use of translated and interpreted materials. Parts II and III: JC Gaillard and Jay Marlowe (University of Auckland) share insights from their research into the involvement of minority groups in DRR, stressing the necessity of including such groups in all aspects of disaster preparedness and response.
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Speak Up – Korerotia-20-09-2017-Arms Control and Outer Space
Maria Pozza is a world expert in the topic of arms control and outer space. In this episode, she shares her legal knowledge of this 'out there' human rights issue, speaking about issues such as what constitutes 'arms control,' how this is monitored, and tensions between the laws of nation states and international treaties.
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Speak Up – Korerotia-16-08-2017 What motivates people to make a difference?

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Speak Up – Korerotia-09-08-2017-Ethical Supply Chains and Fair Trade
Discussing the idea of ethical supply chains and fair trade, this is a companion show to the recent show on human trafficking. Guests David Capperauld (Child Labor Free), Natalie Baird (Trade Aid Christchurch and University of Canterbury) and Jeff Ward (Liminal Apparel) debate the benefits and challenges of ethical supply chains, and what we as consumers can do to ensure these practices proliferate.
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Speak Up – Korerotia-19-07-2017-Human Trafficking
Described as one of the major human rights problems facing the world today, human trafficking is a growing - and worldwide - problem. Ralph Simpson from NZ-founded anti-trafficking organisation Nvader, Nikki Prendergast and Michelle Pratt, founders of NZ group Child Labor Free, and anti-trafficking researcher Christina Stringer join Sally to talk about the issue, and our responsibilities in this sphere.
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Speak Up – Korerotia-21-06-2017-Human rights in the era of Trump
Panellists Peter Field (History, University of Canterbury), Howard Klein and Laurie Siegel-Woodward (expat Americans) and Kevin Clements (National Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies) discuss Trump's first 100 days in office. This discussion is preceded by a short interview with long-term human rights advocate John Pace, who reflects on the state of human rights in 2017.
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Speak Up – Korerotia-17-05-2017-30 years of Nuclear-free NZ
A discussion on 30 years of Nuclear-free NZ with the following guests: - Kate Dewes, Co-Director, Disarmament and Security Centre with decades of peace advocacy and research experience behind her - Natasha Barnes, Member, Public Advisory Committee on Disarmament and Arms Control - Kennedy Graham, MP, Green Party, Spokesperson for Global Affairs including Disarmament
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Speak Up – Korerotia-19-04-2017-Cyberbullying
Sean Lyons; Director of Outreach, NetSafe, Geroge Guild; Lecturer, Ara and Nikki Wheeler; Founding member, Sticks 'n' Stones discuss a variety of perspectives to this discussion on cyberbulling - the damage it can inflict and ways in which it can be counteracted.
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Speak Up – Korerotia-29-03-2017 Discussing Autism
Co-host Mallory Quail, Robyn Young (Autism NZ), Bridget Carter (mother of two children with Autism) and Dean Sutherland (UC) discuss the challenges and positives of ASD.
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Speak Up – Korerotia-15-03-2017 The Changing Face of Rural NZ
Recorded at the Ashburton Museum, this show discusses migration to rural New Zealand with guests Tanya Robinson (Ashburton Museum), Sophie-Claire Violette (Mid-Canterbury Newcomers Network), with Leen Braam, Cornelius Grobler and Mubashir Mukhtar sharing their stories.
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Speak Up – Korerotia-08-03-2017 Indigenous women in leadership
Live recording of a Human Rights Commission event promoting the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous People, with speeches by Sacha McMeeking (Head of Aotahi, School of Māori and Indigenous Studies, University of Canterbury), Hana Skerrett White (President, Māori Students' Association, UC) and Arihia Bennett (Chief Executive of Te Rūnanga o Ngāi Tahu).
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Speak Up – Korerotia-15-02-2017-Bilingualism in a single language-dominant society
Una Cunninham, UC Jin Kim, UC Anya Filippochkina, CLANZ and Russian Cultural Centre Jawad Arefi, Farsi School Guests discuss the personal, professional and social benefits of encouraging bi- and multilingualism in New Zealand.
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Speak Up – Korerotia-18-01-2017-Antarctica
Brian Storey (Gateway Antarctica), Karen Scott (UC Law) and Dan Price (Pole to Paris), discuss the importance of the southernmost continent - ice melt, scientific research and the Antarctic Treaty to name a few issues.
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Speak Up – Korerotia-21-12-2016-Youth Engagement in Christchurch 2016
We consider youth engagement in the 2016 Christchurch local body elections and work done by the Christchurch Youth Council and Youth Voice Canterbury to try and increase youth interest. We also compare the low voter turnout for our local elections with widespread social media engagement around the US Presidential elections just a weeks later, before discussing how this engagement might be replicated for New Zealand's upcoming national elections.
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Speak Up – Korerotia-09-12-2016-Organ Harvesting
We talk with Robin Palmer, David Kilgour and Jaya Mangalam Gibson about organ harvesting, emphasising the differences between the practice in China and elsewhere in the world and stressing the role that New Zealand can play in combating this human rights violation. Each of the guests has a long involvement with the issue, including in terms of research, prosecution of illegal operations and advocacy
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Speak Up – Korerotia-16-11-2016-Bathroom Accessability
Guests - Brian Poole, Crohn's and Colitis NZ; Olivia Clark, UC Law graduate; Anne Nicholson, Qtopia; Lisel O'Dwyer, Flinders Univeristy in Adelaide - We discuss the human rights implications of people not being able to access a bathroom or a bathroom appropriate to their needs, with a specific focus on bathrooms for transgender people, people with health conditions and people with restrictions placed on their bathroom usage by their workplaces
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Speak Up – Korerotia-21-09-2016-Women in the Workplace
Sally talks with Dr Jackie Blue, Erin Ebborn and Angela McLeod about the Women's Empowerment Principles, pay equity, quotas and more!
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Speak Up – Korerotia-07-09-2016-Overcoming Addictions
Sally and co-host Mallory Quail and guests Doug Sellman, Marg Browne and Damian Holt discuss - What are the barriers to overcoming addiction, and how can they be overcome?
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Speak Up – Korerotia-17-08-2016-Business and Human Rights 101 with Shift
Sally and Shawn Moodie interview Rachel Davis and David Kovick from Shift, the world's leading centre of expertise on the United Nations Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights. A must-listen show if you are involved in business, or just if you are interested in businesses' human rights responsibilities
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Speak Up – Korerotia-09-08-2016-Disability Rights and the new NZ Disability Strategy
Sally talks to the Minister for Disability Issues Nicky Wagner and Shane McInroe, Megan McCoy, Gary Williams and Robbie Francis discuss disability rights and the NZDS.
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Speak Up – Korerotia-20-07-2016-Human Rights and the Olympics
Guests are William Stedman (Paralympian), Ashley Abbott (NZ Olympics Committee), Barbara Kendall (International Olympic Committee) and Roslyn Kerr (Lincoln University)
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Speak Up – Korerotia-12-07-2016 Citizen Media
Sally and gusts discuss exposing human rights abuses through citizen media
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Speak Up – Korerotia-15-06-2016-Racial Discrimination
Interview with Maria Hansen-Human Rights Commission, Selene Mize-University of Otago and Rosa Hibbert-Schooner, Middleton Grange School/Race Unity Speech Awards
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Speak Up – Korerotia-18-05-2016-Places of Detention
Interview with Jacki Jones - Chief Inspector Crimes of Torture Act, Office of the Ombudsman and Jolyon White - Howard League
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Human rights online
A discussion on researching, monitoring and activating human rights online with Moana Eruera - Human Rights Commission, Deborah Morris-Travers - UNICEF New Zealand, Christina Hallaway - University of Canterbury and Wayne Reid - Pegasus Health
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Perfecting the Partnership
Perfecting the Partnership - Kia tika kia pono kia pūmau (Te Tiriti in 2016)
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