Māni Dunlop will be interviewing the Equal Employment Opportunities Commissioner, NZ Human Rights Commission, so register today and send in your questions!
Dr Karanina Sumeo is currently shining a strong light on some of NZ’s most pernicious and least-known human rights abuses: the large pay gap for Pacific people – particularly women – and migrant worker exploitation.
We are honoured and thrilled she will be interviewed by Māni Dunlop for our next forum Tues 22 November. Join us online as Karanina explains the findings of the Human Rights Commission’s landmark two-yearlong inquiry into the Pacific Pay Gap, and how we can all help to close the gap in the next 20 years.
This is an important forum for us AWC community – not to be missed!
Karanina – who grew up in Sāmoa and New Zealand – has worked as a chemist, social worker, and policy advisor; and has a PhD in child abuse prevention. She has experienced the pay gap herself, having been paid tens of thousands less than people doing similar jobs, and is a remarkable and tireless advocate for social justice. Come and be inspired!
Register below to join Karanina and Māni for our final forum for 2022