The proposed Constitution for Aotearoa New Zealand improves legal protection for trans* people, but doesn’t go far enough, says Frankie Wood-Bodley.
Continue reading Marginal improvement: the trans* community and discrimination
If New Zealand doesn’t protect environmental rights there’ll be no environment – or economy – left to protect, argues Sir Geoffrey Palmer.
Continue reading Environmental right needed before it’s too late
Christchurch City Councillor Raf Manji makes the case for a constitution with enforceable economic rights.
Continue reading The case for economic rights
Sir Geoffrey Palmer makes the case for including a right to privacy in New Zealand’s constitution.
Continue reading The case for a right to privacy
It’s time for the constitution to protect New Zealanders’ rights to a health environment, argues Sir Geoffrey Palmer
Continue reading The case for environmental rights
The interests of future generations must be protected in any constitution, argues Professor Jonathan Boston, but we can’t afford to wait for constitutional reform before tackling environmental challenges.
Continue reading How can the rights of future generations be protected?
The experience of Canterbury homeowners highlights the need for better protection for property rights, says Sir Geoffrey Palmer
Continue reading The proposed constitution, property, and Christchurch