New book explores fairness in New Zealand

On Friday, March 21st, in Auckland, Accent Publications launched its latest title: “But is it fair?”

Subtitled Faith Communities & Social Justice, the book is edited by Neil Darragh, and explores a faith response to inequality in using 31 people’s stories about  faith communities that promote fairness in New Zealand.

Darragh has divided the book into five sections:

  • Sources and traditions,
  • Existing faith communities working for fairness,
  • Groups struggling for justice,
  • Shelter and housing,
  • Schools and the next generation.

The publisher has expressed the hope that the stories will to gives encouragement and ideas for action in the struggle to reduce inequality in society.

A second launch will take place in Wellington on Friday 4 April at Connolly Hall, Guildford Terrace.

During the formal part of the evening Neil Darragh will introduce the contributors to the book.

The launch will also include a response to the book by  Brian Easton, a blessing, and  some refreshments and socializing.


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