The second forum in our pre-election series.
Topic: How do we ensure every family and individual in New Zealand has a fair income so they can participate well in society?
The Panel is chaired by Lyndy McIntyre of Living Wage. Panelists include Paul Barber, NZ Council of Christian Social Services, Max Rashbrooke, Journalist and author and Regina Tito-Campbell DCM Outreach Worker.
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St Andrew’s holds regular lectures and seminars on religion and society, organised by the St Andrew’s Trust for the Study of Religion and Society. We also co-operate with the Centre for Theology and Public Issues.