Webinar: Being Human in an Inhumane World

The events in West Auckland on Friday 3 September have once again brought discussion about terrorism into public focus in Aotearoa. In response to this The National Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies based at te Whare Wānanga o Otāgo, the University of Otago hosted a panel discussion on Friday 10 September on the topic of ‘Being Human in an Inhumane World: Responding to the events of West Auckland and amendments to the Terrorism Suppression Act 2002’.

This panel brings critical analysis to this conversation: discussing the role of the media, community groups, mental health, and proposed amendments to the Terrorism Suppression Act 2002.

The panel discussion featured Anjum Rahman, Richard Jackson, Andrew Geddis, Clarke Jones and Shirley Gabriella Achieng.

Running time: 55 mins