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Published on Lawtalk By Mai Chen Issue 939, May 2020 In LawTalk 938, April 2020, I wrote about “Judicial leadership on equal access to justice for Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Parties in Courts”. That article summarised the unique insights that judges of […]
Published on RadioNZ From The Panel, 4:24 pm on 12 May 2020 A new law providing a legal framework for Covid-19 Alert Level 2 will be introduced and debated today, with criticism there’s been no time for proper scrutiny of the bill. […]
Published on RadioNZ From The Panel, 4:37 pm on 5 May 2020 There are reports that anti-Asian sentiment has increased as COVID-19 hit New Zealand. Mai Chen talks about the realities of racism in NZ directly related to the virus’s origins. […]
Mai Chen, Managing Partner of Chen Palmer and Chair of SUPERdiverse WOMEN, spoke to Andrea Gläsemann, Senior Editor Forbes magazine, on COVID-19, leadership and superdiversity. Watch the video here.
Published on RadioNZ From The Panel, 4:05 pm on 22 April 2020 The Auditor-General is going to review the distribution of PPE, including masks to healthcare workers. Dr Elizabeth Fenton, a public health ethics and resource prioritisation lecturer at Otago University’s school […]