Mike Hosking has made another big mistake, this time on the UN's refugee convention. Amnesty International New Zealand's Grant Bayldon gives him a lesson in international law.
Rapid divestment decisions by funds with money in nuclear weapons, landmines and cluster bombs is a credit to people power. But the battle is far from over, writes Grant Bayldon
NZ has been a world leader in eradication of cluster bombs, landmines and nuclear weapons. Where today are the moral principles the National government has shown before, asks Amnesty International's Grant Bayldon.
We have rarely seen such a sustained, and successful, attempt to hide abuses from the outside world as the Australian government is perpetuating right now in its ‘offshore detention’ policy, writes Amnesty International’s Grant Bayldon
Charity may start at home, but it shouldn't stop there, writes Amnesty International's Grant Bayldon
Opinion: John Key says he’s open to China’s request for an extradition treaty and has asked the Law Commission to investigate. But we’ve been monitoring the Chinese justice system for years, and the answer couldn't be clearer, writes Amnesty International’s Grant Bayldon.
Opinion: NZ’s ranking as one of the least corrupt countries in the world counts for nothing if our good reputation is used to aid corruption elsewhere, writes Amnesty International's Grant Bayldon