Why Tongan has no word for human rights
Dr Melenaite Taumoefolau examines the gulf between modern and traditional Tongans and why the language has no term for human rights.
Emma Espiner: Who speaks for us
Without radical change to our media, the ‘diversity’ we’re gilding our external facades with right now will remain as such.
Muslim group: return $2m from Chinese
A Muslim women’s network wants a $2.1m donation from Chinese businessmen to go instead to fight Islamophobia against the Uighur population.
On love, prejudice & difference
Moved by Imam Gamal Fouda’s speech on love in Christchurch, Anna Rawhiti-Connell writes on her own redemption through love, and her revelations about prejudice and difference.
Growing up with skinheads
I didn’t see the Jack Daniels bottle until well after it bounced off my skull.
How Kiwi Muslims will say goodbye
The first Christchurch attack victims have been released to their families - how will they be laid to rest?
This has been us. We need to change it
Jess Berentson Shaw challenges the view that the killings in Christchurch ‘were not us’.
A path to renewal
Uncertainty, grief and anger are all on display - but the community says the killer will not divide us.