Louise Nicholas to deliver 4th Dame Dorothy Fraser lecture
Posted 31st Aug 2015
Filed under: Dunedin South
The woman who took on the police force over rape and abuse and won will deliver the fourth annual Dame Dorothy Fraser Lecture on Monday 28 September in Dunedin.

We are excited to have confirmed Louise Nicholas ONZM to deliver the first lecture since Dame Dorothy’s death. She will be introduced by Labour’s deputy leader and health spokesperson Hon. Annette King, Dunedin South MP Clare Curran said.
Workers exploited in Māori screen industry
Posted 19th Aug 2015
Filed under: Broadcasting
The ugly underbelly of low wages and unsafe working conditions for Maori working in television is a direct result of an exploitative management culture and funding starvation by Government, says Labour’s Broadcasting Spokesperson Clare Curran.

“Preliminary results from a Ngā Aho Whakaari Māori Screen Guild of Aotearoa survey show two thirds of Maori screen workers in television are working long hours, with low to no pay, in unsafe conditions as expectations of the workforce continue to rise.
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