A redeeming feature in Jones’ migrant-bashing
Could Shane Jones have unwittingly provided an opportunity to avoid the cycle of damaging populist politics sweeping the world?
The dirty little secret in this migration debate
NZ is kidding itself that it is growing its economy and its wealth, but all it is doing is bringing in more people, working them harder for less pay, and refusing to invest in the underlying infrastructure and social fabric of the country.
Immigration move a ‘game-changer’
A change to an obscure classification could change industries and make a real difference to migrant workers.
Ire at ‘Racist’ partnership migrant policy
A sudden change in the interpretation of how Immigration NZ makes decisions relating to partnership visas has been labelled racist and unjust.
Doing the right thing on immigration
There is still a mighty long way to go to make our immigration system truly fair and justly applied, says Peter Dunne.
Slavery in modern Italy
Undercover Guardian journalist Ayo Awokoya talks about her expose on slavery in the Italian tomato industry.
When fear dictates policy
How a refugee policy that appears to have been based on fear was reversed.
Govt scraps biased refugee policy
Advocates welcome end to “racist” restrictions on Middle East and Africa, but say New Zealand can still do more.