Gill Caradoc-Davies in the Otago Daily Times

Monday, 14 April 2014

Urgent need to alter NZ's wealth

Gill Caradoc-Davies makes the case for a Universal Basic Income and criticises the way the term ''child poverty'' is used.

Words are powerful. The right choice of words can set the context for the desired emotional response in the targeted audience.

August 11, 2017

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And the University of Auckland Debating Society who will debate the proposition that 'A Universal Basic Income is better than a system of conditional benefits for New Zealand'.

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