Catherine Delahunty

Catherine Delahunty is a former Green Party member of parliament

Apr 5, 2019

In praise of white man's guilt

Duncan Garner described the Canterbury Crusaders' name change as 'white man's guilt', but Catherine Delahunty argues that guilt and discomfort are a necessary part of moving forward as a more inclusive society.

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Mar 11, 2019

Ihumātao: a field of stones and flags

Catherine Delahunty takes a stroll on the whenua to remind us why Ihumātao's supporters can't give up yet.

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Nov 22, 2018

Why didn't teachers strike under National? They were fighting to save education itself

Earlier this week a trade unionist wrote for The Spinoff about the rise of strike action under the Labour government. Today a former Green Party education spokesperson shares her perspective.

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May 5, 2018

The Ministry of Pākehā Affairs – the time has come 

Former Green MP Catherine Delahunty makes the case for a new ministry.

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Feb 28, 2018

Question Time Blues: confessions of a recovering MP

Ahead of her debut at the Auckland Fringe on Thursday night, former Green MP Catherine Delahunty writes on the good, the bad and the toxic of nine years in parliament – and what needs fixing.

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