Part of honouring our incredibly brave Holocaust survivors is calling out bigotry wherever we see it, on the street or online
Race Relations Commissioner Dame Susan Devoy responds to an anti-Semitic speech at an Auckland mosque.
'This is not my New Zealand.' Ahead of her speech to the UN this week, the Race Relations Commissioner calls on politicians to stand on principle and do right by the victims of institutional abuse.
Racist abuse is not welcome in our game. By launching We All Bleed Red, Canterbury has courageously become the first union to tackle discrimination head on in this way, writes Susan Devoy
We need to stand alongside Muslim New Zealanders in the wake of the US visa ban – and tell our decision makers we will not allow the politics of hatred and bigotry to become normalised here, writes race relations commissioner Susan Devoy.