Posts Tagged ‘fairness’

Bailed former priest’s news coverage unfairly skewed

Thursday, September 16th, 2021
Sateki Raass

The Auckland diocese is questioning the fairness of a Stuff report concerning the housing of bailed former priest, Sateki Raass. Communications spokesperson for the diocese, Lyndsay Freer suggests Stuff reporter, Steve Kilgallon seems to have unfairly skewed supplied answers to questions. On Sunday 12 September Stuff reported the Catholic Church planned to accommodate a priest Read more

Don’t just sit there – do something

Thursday, September 5th, 2019
social justice

Caritas Aotearoa New Zealand is using this year’s Social Justice Week theme of fairness to ask hard questions of everyone. The call is for everyone to consider what they can do to make workplaces, schools and communities fair places for all. People are challenged to see, hear, and experience the lived reality of people, naming Read more

New book explores fairness in New Zealand

Friday, March 28th, 2014

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, Read more

Starvation is ‘scandalous’, Pope tells UN agency

Tuesday, June 25th, 2013

The fact that millions of people face the danger of starvation in today’s world is “truly scandalous”, Pope Francis has told participants in a conference organised by the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization. “A way has to be found to enable everyone to benefit from the fruits of the earth … to satisfy the Read more