Laura O’Connell Rapira (Te Ātiawa, Ngāpuhi, Te Rarawa) is the co-director of ActionStation and co-founder of RockEnrol.
Māori education is too important to fall victim to partisan battles
'Nothing about us without us' is becoming a popular catch cry of indigenous people the world over. Now the University of Otago are asking for Māori perspectives only on Māori incarceration.
If we’re serious about improving youth participation in politics, we need the Don Brash’s of the world to get out of the way and support the establishment of Māori wards.
The new government's attempts to soften up public opinion for the return of the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement is a masterclass in spin, writes ActionStation's Laura O'Connell Rapira.
On Friday the Māori Party issued a press release that criticised Labour for legalising same sex marriage. An aghast Laura O'Connell Rapira responds.