New Zealand’s Chief Human Rights Commissioner has taken office at a crucial time in the country’s history. Paul Hunt talks to Laura Walters about his plans to look beyond the obvious rights, to improve the lives of all Kiwis and their communities.
Paul Hunt’s first speech as New Zealand’s Chief Human Rights Commissioner took place on Holocaust Remembrance Day.
The speech wasn’t a speech about hope for a bright future; it was a warning of what may come.
It makes for a dark first impression of a man who is British-level considerate and smiling more often than not.