Ending inequality in a climate crisis
We can live in a society where everybody is guaranteed a liveable income and the resources to live a good and dignified life. But today, too many people have their lives constrained by poverty, with their incomes falling short as the cost of living rises. The climate crisis threatens to compound that inequality.
Join us for a panel discussion on the challenges and opportunities we face in making sure everyone in New Zealand has a liveable income, featuring:
- Green MP Ricardo Menéndez March
- Dr Judith Sligo from Child Poverty Action Group
- Dr Martin Hohmann-Marriot from Te Utu Tika Hei Oranga I Aotearoa/Basic Income NZ
- Quintin Jane, President of Otago University Students’ Association
Panel chaired by Francisco Hernandez.
Finish up with a hot drink and a chat.