The United Nations Secretary General has given a nod to indigenous rangatahi in their fight for climate justice.
Part of the indigenous youth delegation at this year's COP24 climate talks, Kera Sherwood-O'Regan reports back from Poland on the indigenous and human rights travesty that has just been delivered by the summit.
From better access to New Zealand Sign Language on the marae, to being visible in Parliament – disabled Māori need to be better represented in our democracy, argues disability rights advocate Kera Sherwood-O'Regan.
Yesterday a nearly 70,00-strong petition was presented to Parliament calling for the revocation of Sir Bob Jones’ knighthood following racist comments made in the NBR. Kera Sherwood O'Regan was there.
Kera Sherwood-O’Regan is an Aotearoa Youth Leadership Institute delegate to COP23, the United Nations Climate Talks in Germany, reporting over the three-week conference. This week: she's tired and no one's listening to indigenous people.
Kera Sherwood-O’Regan (Kāi Tahu) reports on outcomes for indigenous peoples from COP23, the United Nations Climate conference in Bonn, Germany.