Young law graduate fights for fair pay
19 December 2022
Law alumna Nina Santos is challenging the status quo and fighting for a more inclusive and equitable Aotearoa.
Graduates shine at MAPAS ceremony
14 December 2022
On 12 December, 66 Māori and Pacific students were presented with MAPAS completion certificates for their degrees.
Language: the most powerful tool for social justice
5 December 2022
Who's been hurt, what are their needs and whose obligations are they? Professor Mariana Souto-Manning, president of the Erikson Institute, Chicago asked her audience to consider questions of justice and belonging in the classroom during a recent talk at Epsom Campus.
The many talents of Graci Kim: diplomat, toy maker, children's author
1 November 2022
Bestselling children’s fantasy author Graci Kim is full of surprises. She talks to Janet McAllister.
Papaarangi Reid: 'Aotearoa is built on health inequities'
1 November 2022
Opinion: The state of Māori health is an outcome of deliberate policies to break down Māori people, lands, culture and relationships, writes Professor Papaarangi Reid.
Bernard Sama researching the many challenges asylum seekers face
31 October 2022
Cameroon-born PhD student Bernard Sama talks to Judy Wilford about how to treat people claiming refugee status. He knows: he has walked a mile in their shoes.
The danger of an untold story: refuting racism in education
29 September 2022
Guest speaker Dr Hana O’Regan has laid down a challenge to educators to actively refute negative stereotypes that are still holding Māori back.
Kiri Dell: thinking about te reo Māori
31 August 2022
Opinion: While it's a noble endeavour for people to learn te reo Māori, there are many complexities that arise from doing so, writes Dr Kiri Dell.
Dylan Asafo: a quiet voice for justice
1 August 2022
Dylan Asafo doesn’t shy from sharing his opinion on health inequity and institutional racism in the justice system.
Refugees to get a seat at the table
16 May 2022
A new panel which will enable refugees to play a key role in national decisions that affect them is looking for members.
How to imagine a better world: rich resources for teachers
20 April 2022
How can teachers engage the next generation in big global issues they’ll all have to face in creative and inspiring ways?
Ritesh Shah: Why do we value some children's futures over others?
1 April 2022
Opinion: The scope and scale of the humanitarian crisis in Ukraine is unprecedented and raises questions about the West’s response, writes Dr Ritesh Shah.