Democracy Project podcast

Democracy Project podcast

The Democracy Project podcast brings you interviews and debate on New Zealand and international issues with political commentators and academics from around the world.

Episodes

November 19, 2020 30 min
John AZ Moore joins the Democracy Project’s Geoffrey Miller to discuss two recent post-election critiques of Jacinda Ardern and Labour
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Political analyst John AZ Moore joins the Democracy Project’s Geoffrey Miller to discuss the US election result
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John AZ Moore joins Geoffrey Miller to discuss the PM’s new ministerial lineup
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Political commentators Josh Van Veen and John AZ Moore join the Democracy Project’s Geoffrey Miller to discuss the results of the 2020 NZ General Election
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Former Act Party MP Heather Roy and political analyst John AZ Moore join the Democracy Project’s Geoffrey Miller to review the 2020 New Zealand election campaign – and to give their predictions for election night
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Matt McCarten joins the Democracy Project’s Geoffrey Miller to discuss his new One Union, the current Labour-led government’s record and his predictions for the election.
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John AZ Moore and guest contributor Sue Bradford join the Democracy Project’s Geoffrey Miller to discuss welfare reform and whether the voting age should be lowered to 16.
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John AZ Moore and guest contributor Justine Sachs join the Democracy Project’s Geoffrey Miller to discuss Labour’s tax and dental care policies
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Former defence minister Wayne Mapp talks to the Democracy Project’s Geoffrey Miller about Operation Burnham, foreign policy challenges for New Zealand and the potential impact of the election
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John AZ Moore joins the Democracy Project’s Geoffrey Miller to discuss the Green Party’s troubles over private school funding.
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