Sam Bookman

Sam Bookman is a human rights lawyer and doctoral candidate at Harvard Law School, with a particular interest in comparative constitutional law

Politics
May 10, 2021

Global momentum is building for a right to a safe environment. Why is NZ missing?

'To live up to its image as a champion of human rights and a sustainable environment, the time is now for New Zealand to join the push.'

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Politics
Dec 10, 2018

Simon Bridges needs to stop pandering to the alt-right on the Global Compact

What the United Nations agreement really means for immigration

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Society
Oct 14, 2018

The story behind Israel's 'boycott law', and how two Kiwis got caught up in a much gnarlier fight

A first-hand account of the controversy over the law that has seen two NZ women targeted over an open letter they wrote to Lorde, by a New Zealander formerly based in Israel.

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