95bFM Reporter Oscar Perress talks to Activists Emmy Rākete and Betty Sio about the commercialisation of the Auckland Pride Parade, the place of the New Zealand Police Force in the Parade and what and who Pride is actually about and for.
Rights Now! is an educational tool from the office of the Children’s Commissioner to encourage children to know their rights and have their voice heard.The resource aims to provide “more opportunities for meaningful participation as the more they have, the more confident children and young people feel to express their views – they bring different perspectives, fresh ideas, and genuine concern for the future." Lachlan spoke with Sarah Morris, a senior adviser for the Strategy, Rights & Advice team in the Office of the Children’s Commissioner about Rights Now!
Harry speaks to Pania Newton, lead protester from Save Our Unique Landscape following protests at the Fletcher Building AGM about the situation Fletcher finds itself in now, as they plan to go ahead with development of the Maori archaeological site Ihumatao in Mangere
On the show today, Dear Science discusses the deadliest scientist, why you really did not want to be alive in year 536 and wombats’ cube poos.
For our weekly chat with the New Zealand First party, Lillian talks to Deputy Leader Fletcher Tabuteau.
Harry speaks with Pania Newton, lead protester from Save Our Unique Landscape about the protests at Fletcher Building’s AGM, regarding plans to build 480 homes at Ihumatao, the ancestral Maori archeological site in Mangere.
And Lisa looks into the use of algorithms by government agencies to identify patterns and at risk population and discuss the ethical issues of its use with Dr Emily Keddell, a Senior Lecturer in Social Work at Otago University.
Did you know some of your personal data gets collected by government agencies, then processed through an algorithm, and regurgitated as a part of a statistic used to identify at risk populations and enable pre emptive action?
This week on Everyday People, Leonard spoke to Tim Crawford on her 90th birthday. Tim was the nanny, caregiver and second mother for Leonard and his Two older brothers when they were growing up, so he asked her the 5 special questions.