What we need is a security service that's aware of its own biases and which focuses on genuine threats, writes Anjum Rahman.
I’m asking New Zealand not to forget, and not to brush this aside, writes Anjum Rahman.
We can make changes, but their success is dependent on eliminating racism and discrimination both within government and wider society.
Predetermined terms of reference, a lack of transparency and an inherent conflict of interest limits the inquiry's potential to deliver the scrutiny and change Aotearoa needs.
Regulation of online content has received little attention amid a global health crisis. But violent extremist activity has not stopped.
We already know that routinely arming police isn't the right solution, writes Anjum Rahman of the Islamic Women's Council of NZ
We can now call him what he is: a terrorist. But there are questions that still need to be addressed, writes Anjum Rahman.
After 51 Muslims were murdered in Christchurch, does Corrections really not understand the potential for serious harm if they fail to do their job to the highest standards?
Anjum Rahman received an email urging her to join the fight against the UN Global Compact on Migration. This was her response
In the weeks after the Christchurch we've seen those who continue to seek profit from hate. But we've also seen an awakening of sorts, and that is where the hope lies
For more than five years, Muslim representatives knocked on every door we could, we spoke at every possible forum. We pointed to the rise of vitriol and the rise of the alt-right in New Zealand