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Speak Up Korerotia - Disability Advocacy( 0:56:27)       
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Throughout his life, Rich Feldman and Janice Fialka's son Micah has compelled people to reassess conceptualisations of "what is possible" for people with intellectual disabilities. Rich and Janice bring their stories from the United States and join with Canterbury locals Caroline Quick, Mark Lewis and Racheal Priestley (from Enabling Good Lives and Hohepa) to discuss disability advocacy, community building and togetherness.
Published: 5/20/2020 9:00:00 PM
Speak Up Korerotia - The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and learning through play( 0:58:40)       
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The United Nations tells us that, “For the SDGs to be reached, everyone needs to do their part: governments, the private sector, civil society and people like you." So today we talk about initiatives which use transformative learning through doing (more particularly, learning through play) to encourage people to engage with and live out the SDGs. Guests: James Bishop (Koru (Hong Kong), facilitator of SDG Game), Sophia White (Toitū Envirocare) and Bridget Williams (Bead and Proceed)
Published: 4/15/2020 9:00:00 PM
Speak Up Korerotia - Human rights whats, whys and hows: Three interviews( 0:56:21)       
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What motivates someone to get involved in human rights work? And what motivates them to keep going, decades later? What are some key learnings from their decades of work? The highs and the lows? The advice do they want to share? We talk with three long-term human rights advocates about their stories: Aroha Reriti-Crofts (Maori and women's rights), David Matas (organ transplant abuse) and Marilyn Garson (social enterprises in developing countries).
Published: 3/18/2020 9:00:00 PM
Speak Up Korerotia - Reflections on 15 March( 0:56:46)       
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15 March 2020 marks one year since the attacks at Christchurch's Al Noor and Linwood Mosques. Knowing that people will find this anniversary very hard, Speak Up-Korerotia issued an open call for contributions, inviting anyone interested to self-record and submit their reflections. The 22 submissions touch on so many themes, acknowledging both the aroha demonstrated after the attacks as well as the toxic undercurrent of racism that enabled such violence to develop.
Published: 3/15/2020 5:00:00 PM
Speak Up – Korerotia - Revitalising Te Reo Māori( 0:58:20)       
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Whakahaumanutia! Te Reo Māori is classified as an endangered language, yet it's currently experiencing a real boom. What is being done to harness this enthusiasm? How can we work to ensure Te Reo and its associated tikanga survive? Language teachers and advocates Jeanette King (University of Canterbury), Regan Stokes (Hagley Community College) and Anton Matthews (FUSH) share their insights.
Published: 2/19/2020 6:00:00 PM
Speak Up – Korerotia - Climate anxiety( 0:52:19)       
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We open the news and are confronted by climate disaster: Australia is burning; Indonesia is drowning; one by one, cities around New Zealand are declaring climate emergencies... If you this news make you feel anxious, scared, horrified or helpless, you are one of millions of people experiencing 'climate anxiety'. Our guests explain and explore the linkages between climate change and psychology, with suggestions on what we can we do about it: Mia Sutherland (School Strike 4 Climate), Michael Apathy (psychotherapist and Extinction Rebellion), Alicia Hall (Millions of Mothers) and Jackie Feather and Brian Dixon (Co-Convenors of NZ Psychology Society's Climate Psychology Taskforce).
Published: 1/15/2020 5:00:00 PM
Speak Up – Korerotia - Unconscious bias in New Zealand( 0:56:49)       
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Guests Hector Matthews (Executive Director, Māori and Pacific Health, Canterbury District Health Board), Jane Andrews (Jam TV) and Inspector Hirōne Waretini (District Manager, Māori, Pacific and Ethnic Services, New Zealand Police) expand on our September 2019 show on "Unconscious bias," discussing the issue in the context of Aotearoa.
Published: 12/18/2019 9:00:00 PM

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Host: Sally Carlton
Produced By: Sally Carlton
Language: English
Category: Special Interest
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