Published in Newstalk NB A new campaign is challenging people to confront racism. The Give Nothing To Racism campaign starts today, to eliminate casual racism in society. Mai Chen is one of the people behind the campaign, and says one in three […]
Published in the NZ Herald This week sees the launch of a new organisation dedicated to championing the rights and achievements of women from indigenous and migrant backgrounds. Super Diverse Women has more than 100 foundation members, many of them […]
Published by the New Zealand Law Society in LawTalk. A 21st century necessity. A new report by the Superdiversity Centre for Law, Policy and Business, to be published on or before February 2017, examines the need for an intersectional approach […]
Published in the Spark Digital New Zealand As New Zealand becomes even more of a melting pot, businesses need to expand their thinking beyond traditional Kiwi audiences. Matching the market’s superdiversity is a way to super-charge results. We speak with […]
Since releasing the Superdiversity Stocktake: Implications for Law, Policy and Business last November, (downloaded now over 130,000 times), I have realised the need to refresh what the word “diversity” means in 21st century New Zealand.
“I knew I had been nominated [for the Women of Influence Awards], but I didn’t expect to get selected as a finalist,” Chen Palmer partner Marina Matthews told LawTalk.
Former Prime Minister Sir Geoffrey Palmer QC is on a mission to create a written constitution for New Zealand.
Presented by Fairfax Media and Westpac, the New Zealand Women of Influence programme recognises and celebrates women from all walks of life who make a difference to everyday Kiwis.
A damning new report into gender issues amongst the country’s legal fraternity reveals female lawyers are still well-outnumbered in the top spots.
The classic approach when a person is defamed is to sue the statement maker. However, this is not always practical when it comes to publication on the internet: that individual may be unidentifiable, in a different jurisdiction, or the type of person who will relish litigation and use the public forum of the court to continue their attack.