Jacqueline Paul on the UN's Special Rapporteur: Tuesday the 18th of February
Jacqueline Paul on the UN's Special Rapporteur: Tuesday the 18th of FebruaryJacqueline Paul on the UN's Special Rapporteur: Tuesday the 18th of February
Last Friday the UN’s Special Rapporteur, Leilani Farha, met with a group of Māori leaders in this sector, who have diverse housing needs and aspirations, with a specific focus on sharing critical insights, experiences and challenges for Māori in achieving adequate housing.
The UN Special Rapporteur is an independent expert appointed by the United Nations Human Rights Council to examine and report on a country, situation or a specific human rights issue. Leilani Farha is visiting New Zealand for nine days from the 10th until the 19th of February to assess developments in housing in Aotearoa, as well as challenges and gaps in the protection and promotion of the right to adequate housing.
Our news director Lillian Hanley got in touch with Jacqueline paul, a spokesperson & assistant researcher for Nga Wai a Te Tui, who are in hui with Leilani...