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Beyond the Bubble ep 2/2!

Beyond the Bubble ep 2/2!

Yay, part two of the first ep of our web series is up. Things get a teeny bit testy as Dion, Wendi & Maryan consider if we really can be certain that laws enabling euthanasia will have no effect on people who are vulnerable or even suicidal. How do we balance hope of a good life with the right to die, particularly for younger people? Watch & share whānau…

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Beyond the Bubble: conversations across the divide. Ep 1/2!

Beyond the Bubble: conversations across the divide. Ep 1/2!

Something a bit different on this blog, episode 1 of a new web series I have been involved in. The topic of this first ep is euthanasia and assisted dying. Various people get exercised about the issue, but civilly so, including Wendi Wicks, Dion Howard and Maryan Street. Big issue, lots to say, we only get to some of it here, but better than a kick in the head as my Mum would say. My oath! Please watch here and share!

Kia ora!

Black Stone

Talks and writings by Pala Molisa

Māori Law

Exploring the Indigenous Legal Traditions of Aotearoa

Faith and Belief in New Zealand

A national research study exploring attitudes towards religion, spirituality and Christianity in New Zealand

Compassionative

Towards a more just and progressive Aotearoa

FESTIVAL for FAMILY

Family Writing & Film Festival. A festival showcasing the best of family and kids stories from around the world.

Āhua mōhio

He kōrero poto, riterite tonu, i te reo Māori

Rawiri Taonui

Looking for choice morsels of currents affairs, culture, and politics to chew on. Or spit out hastily. It depends.

Ka Tōnuitanga

Musings on Law, Policy, and Economic Development within Te Ao Māori

Stories & Thyme

making room for the creative

Letters from a young contrarian

The musings of a young contrarian, primarily on politics.

Books, Films & Art, Plus a Bit of Life I've Squeezed In.

Random meanderings through time for no particular purpose. Trying to avoid politics this time (not always successfully) ... Lots of wine.

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