The trouble is we haven't seen it yet. But when I read the big print, I am apprehensive.
Social movements arise to solve problems of inequality, injustice, exploitation and oppression. In other words, they are solutions to society-wide problems plaguing the many but not the few
Published: 30 January 2018
It is beyond doubt that the current money system has a huge impact on the distribution of power and wealth and heavily contributing to systemically worsening inequality. Even though there is growing public awareness and debate about the problem of inequality, so far the focus has been on the distri...
Published: 10 January 2018
New Zealanders like to think that we are, in most respects, up with - if not actually ahead of – the play. Sadly, however, as a new government is about to emerge, there is no sign that our politicians and policymakers are aware of recent developments in a crucial area of policy, and that, as a re...
Published: 03 January 2018
The scene is set. The players and the situations are in position. Sneaking away in the Coalition government's agenda are the words "corporatise water delivery".
Published: 11 December 2017
A Labour, Greens, NZ First government should be given a chance to govern and make substantial positive changes to people's lives in New Zealand. That it's a hotch potch of egos, varying policy objectives and no real sense of united vision make the achievement hopes, of many New Zealanders, somew...
Published: 08 November 2017
I can't remember a more shambolic election. Opinion polls jumped up and down like a hyperactive yo-yo reflecting the vagaries of the offers made by media-recognised political parties.
Published: 25 September 2017