Zoë Larsen Cumming interviews the NZ Human Rights Commission's Equal Employment Opportunities Commissioner Saunoamaali’i Dr. Karanina Sumeo on Australia's Modern Slavery Act and how its influence in New Zealand.
Justin spoke to Justice Minister Andrew Little about parliament's working culture, the situation on managed isolation, the progress on treaty settlement with Te Whakatotea iwi, and guidelines on advertising for the upcoming referendums.
Justin caught up with Justice Minister Andrew Little and discussed on parliament's work culture, situation on managed isolation, treaty settlement process with Te Whakatotea iwi, and advertising on referendums.
James spoke to Assistant Privacy Commisioner Liz McPhersen on a survey finding out what New Zealanders want from privacy law.
On Neighbourhood Watch, Justin spoke to Zoe on federal environment law, updates to Covid-19-related welfare, and a campaign to raise the age of criminal responsibility.
In the final part of a series on the new privacy law to come into effect on December 1st this year, producer James Tapp talks to Liz MacPherson, the assistant privacy commissioner. Last week we heard from Gehan Gunasekara, a privacy law expert, about what is being added to the privacy law, while this week we are talking about how New Zealanders perceive our laws. In a survey released just after the new privacy act was passed, it showed TWO THIRDS of New Zealanders wanted more privacy regulation among a number of other statistics which James discusses with MacPherson. James starts off by asking about what New Zealanders want in terms of privacy law.