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Tūrangawaewae

Tūrangawaewae is the Human Rights Commission's newsletter. You can read any of our editions of Tūrangawaewae by navigating the menu below: 

March

In this issue:

  • CSW 60
  • Assisted Dying - the human rights debate
  • Treaty x Thirty
  • Waitangi Day 
  • A profile of Lemlem Azanaw
  • The HRC at the UN 
  • Accommodation and Human Rights 

You can read the March edition of Tūrangawaewae here.

You can read the newsletter in an accessible word format here.

December

In this issue:

  • Living in the red zone
  • Mental health in places of detention
  • The Attitude Awards
  • Superdiversity 
  • Business and human rights

You can read the December edition of Tūrangawaewae here.

You can read the newsletter in an accessible word format here.

September

In this issue:

  • Mental Health at work
  • To be Who I am
  • The State of Care
  • Dr Gill Hicks

You can read the September edition of Tūrangawaewae here.

You can read the newsletter in an accessible word format here.

June

In this issue:

  • Raising the refugee quota
  • NZ Human Rights Plan of Action 
  • Erima Henare
  • Interviews with Disability Issues Minister Nicky Wagner and Children's Commissioner Russell Wills.

You can read the June edition of Tūrangawaewae here.

March

In this issue:

  • Supreme Court Ruling on the red zone 
  • Ethnic Communities Minister 
  • Race Relations Day 
  • Access to inclusive education

You can read the March edition of Tūrangawaewae here.

You can read the newsletter in an accessible word format here.

January

In this issue:

  • The Kristine Bartlett 'Equal Pay' case 
  • An interview with Minister of Justice Amy Adams 
  • The UN Convention on the Rights of the Child  
  • The Treaty of Waitangi and UNDRIP

You can read the January edition of Tūrangawaewae here.

An Accessible Word version is available here.