Tag Archives: Green Party

Radio Live Panel: 31 May 2015

Listen to my Sunday morning Radio Live panel with Mark Sainsbury and Deborah Coddington. The morning after the Green Party AGM at which I got a whopping 1% (third equal) of the first preference vote in the male co-leader contest and Deborah is … Continue reading

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Final Speech to the Green Party Annual General Meeting for the Male Co-Leader Contest

It has been a privilege to stand for Male co-leader. In fact, I would like to take this moment to acknowledge the fact that I can stand before you here at all. It is a unique strength of our party … Continue reading

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Radio Live Panel: 8 March 2015

Listen to my Sunday morning Radio Live panel with Mark Sainsbury and Deborah Coddington. The first nine minutes of this panel are a (very generous on the part of Mark) opportunity for me to talk about my announcement that I will be … Continue reading

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Why I Am Standing for Green Party Male Co-Leader

I am excited by the opportunity to stand for Male Co-Leadership of the Green Party of Aotearoa New Zealand. I believe it is important to use the opportunity of a leadership contest to generate a debate within the Party, and beyond … Continue reading

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The Difference Between Social Responsibility and Social Justice

My recent post on why the Green Party is not truly a left-wing party  provoked a lot of debate and was timely given the popular speculation in the wake of the 2014 general election that the time has come for a blue-green party. I’m … Continue reading

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