Reporter Whena Owen asked a range of Kiwis about their experiences of hate speech and how they would define it.
Barrister Steven Price told Q+A there are many issues with the proposed hate speech laws and it could create more problems than it fixes.
Food & Grocery Council head Katherine Rich says supermarkets are telling her its “war” over the Commerce Commission’s review.
“People have been too comfortable for too long saying really horrible things” Q+A panellist on hate speech
Emmaline Pickering-Martin, Ben Thomas and Sue Moroney discussed hate speech on the Q+A panel.
Frank Hogan recounts his experiences as a NZ students invited to visit China in 1971, just as the country was beginning to open us to the West.
A group do Mangere College students told Indira Stewart they want to see action, not just words, from the Government’s Dawn Raids apology.
Jack Tame went to Lyttelton to meet Ben Brown, Aotearoa’s first Reading Ambassador.
Author Tim Marshall says NZ will find it hard to stay on side with both America and China.
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