Update: You can download or listen to audio from the event:
Wednesday 11 November 2020, 7pm
At Parliament House
(We recommend you arrive at least 15 minutes early to go through security)
Does it matter if public figures are rude and untruthful in interviews?
|Hon Golriz Ghahrahman
|Prof Paul Morris
|Te Awa Puketapu
Admission is free, but due to parliamentary requirements, a ticket is essential. You must get your ticket before midday on Monday 9 November.
Get your ticket at:
These days, politicians globally are becoming more and more offensive about their opponents. Some even tell lies. And it’s not confined to politicians – all of us could improve our interactions with others.
Uncivil behaviour matters because it undermines democracy, incites people to violence, deepens divisions in society, and has other harmful effects.
You can help to resist this by coming along to hear insights from the three Abrahamic faiths – Christianity, Judaism and Islam – and perspectives from Tangata Whenua about how we conduct public discussions.
It promises to be a lively evening full of insights and good manners. Just what you’d expect of a civilised city like Wellington.
You can download our attractive flyer if you’d like to help promote the event.
For more information, contact Dave Moskovitz, mob 027 220 2202.