Christchurch terror attack
New exhibition maps racialised over-policing and law changes in New Zealand
10 June 2020
An exhibition capturing instances of racialised human rights violations in New Zealand though interactive mapping, initiated by Pacific architectural researcher Dr Karamia Müller, School of Architecture and Planning, has opened at the Adam Art Gallery/ Te Pātaka Toi.
Finlay Macdonald: The kindness of strangers
31 May 2019
Guest Ingenio columnist alumnus Finlay Macdonald reflects on what we could learn from the Christchurch terror attacks.
Time’s right for a ‘Ministry for Inclusion’
24 May 2019
Opinion: After the Christchurch attack, we must radically rethink existing agencies and pursue inclusion of different ethnic groups within NZ, writes Louise Humpage.
Shedding Christchurch’s ‘territorial stigma’
16 May 2019
Opinion: Christchurch needs some positive branding and a re-name for the Crusaders that signals inclusion would help, writes Associate Professor Steve Matthewman.
NZ media shows world high-quality coverage of Islam
28 March 2019
Opinion: NZ’s media is showing a different perspective of Islam to that usually seen in Western media, writes Professor Toni Bruce and teacher Farzana Noorzai.
Challenging Islamophobia no threat to free speech
22 March 2019
Opinion: Challenging Islamophobia and entrenched racism does not stop condemnation of terror attacks carried out in the name of any ideology, writes Dr Neal Curtis.
Retaliation? A question we should not ask
21 March 2019
Opinion: Queries of retaliation should be recognised as insidious - that those who suffered most should now be feared, writes the Associate Professor Nicholas Rowe.
You don’t need to make racial slurs to be racist
21 March 2019
Opinion: Shocking, but believable in diverse NZ where race relations have been neglected for years, writes Associate Professor Louise Humpage of the terror attack.
Time for Kiwis to take a look in the mirror
20 March 2019
Opinion: Extreme violence by one person may appear an aberration, but the sentiments and beliefs that underlie are not, writes Associate Professor Jay Marlowe.
Social workers back on the front line in Christchurch
19 March 2019
Opinion: No celebrations for World Social Work Day (19 March) in Christchurch as staff mobilise to help those affected by the tragedy, writes Dr Barbara Staniforth.
Talking terrorism with children
19 March 2019
Opinion: We can't shelter children from the news so how do we help them cope with a terror event so close to home. Associate Professor Carol Mutch gives advice.
Mosque shooter no ideological Einstein
18 March 2019
Opinion: The historical ignorance of the mosque shooting terrorist is palpable and his grasp of socio-political realities utterly flawed. But this is Islamophobia, writes Hon Professor Douglas Pratt.