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2019 Sir John Graham Lecture | Across Our Fault Lines
Repairing the brokenness of the past DELIVERED BY: Professor Pumla Gobodo-MadikizelaStellenbosch University 6pm, Friday, 5 July | Pullman HotelAuckland with…Read More
MIC 08 | The experts against euthanasia
With David Seymour’s End of Life Choices Bill up for a first reading in Parliament, legal assisted suicide is firmly on…Read More
Sir John Graham Lecture 2016 | Achieving Change
Using evidence to empower educators and help students succeed Every parent, teacher, principal, policy expert, and education leader wants an…Read More
Sir John Graham Lecture 2014 | When Freedoms Collide
A society that values freedom of thought will inevitably find itself at the intersection of competing views of freedom. What…Read More
Annual Sir John Graham Lecture 2012: Can the ruler truly be a servant?
Political power, which can so easily be abused, is supposed to be exercised, checked and limited by the very people…Read More
A Tale of Two Houses: Does MMP mean New Zealand doesn’t need an upper house?
By Guest Author
Not all democracies look the same. The type of electoral system we have, and the structure of our Parliament, affect…Read More