Q+A - Sunday September 6

Published: Sat 5 Sep 2015 10:41 AM
Q+A - Sunday September 6
1. The Government is under pressure to take more refugees as the crisis in Europe deepens. What can NZ do right now? For the first time, Labour Party leader Andrew Little and Green Party co-leader James Shaw will appear together to discuss a joint approach to the issue. Ali Akil from Syrian Solidarity also joins the discussion.
2. We’re talking about Jacinda Ardern and the “pretty little thing” comment – is there sexism in NZ politics? National MP Judith Collins, Labour MP Annette King and Green MP Julie Anne Genter give us their view.
3. Sir Peter Gluckman, the Prime Minister’s Chief Scientific Advisor, is part of a World Health Organisation Commission on ending childhood obesity. The final report is due soon – has he got the answers?
Our panel: Dr Claire Robinson, Laura O’Connell-Rapira and Matthew Hooton.

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