Nicole Skews-Poole

Nicole Skews-Poole is an activist, freelancer, parent and animal wrangler based in Wellington. She works in community services, politics and tech and is an exec member of ALRANZ (alranz.org)

Society
Feb 24, 2018

It’s okay to be uncomfortable about abortion

With the announcement that Labour is moving towards abortion law reform, New Zealand is gearing up to talk about a topic that makes a lot of people uncomfortable. So how can we move past the discomfort towards a law that works?

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Society
Dec 10, 2017

A tenant's best friend: Why dogs deserve a place in state housing

Renters owning dogs is a divisive issue, especially among landlords. But what happens when your landlord is the government?

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Society
Aug 15, 2017

My cousin Allen

Charles Arthur Allen Aberhart was 37 when he died in 1964, the victim of a gay hate crime that would later inspire the New Zealand homosexual law reform movement. His relative Nicole Skews-Poole tells his story.

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