Peace & Social Justice Discussion

Scroll down for talks and workshops focusing on issues of Peace and Social Justice in New Zealand and abroad.

See also
Our Activities / Peace & Social Justice Action for ways we put these beliefs into practice.

And much of About Us / Our History / The communion of Unitarian Saints is concerned with Peace and Social Justice issues.

A Vision Splendid

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The Influential Life of William Jellie
A British Unitarian in New Zealand.

Cover of A vision Splendid, Wayne Facer
A vision Splendid, Wayne Facer

A Vision Splendid by Wayne Facer was released at an invitational and public book launch party on 24th March 2018.

This fascinating biography of William Jellie, a pioneering Unitarian minister and educator and a key figure in the history of Unitarianism in New Zealand, is a once in a lifetime publication.

This book is essential reading for anyone who has an interest in New Zealand’s early history, Unitarianism, trade unionism, workers’ education and the fight for secular education.

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Why should we care?

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with Craig Hoyle, Senior Reporter, Stuff NZ

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Craig Hoyle © 25th February 2018

Craig became a journalist following his experiences being cast out as a gay teenager. Craig discusses the role journalists play in bringing justice to social issues, despite the bad rap they sometimes receive.

– Worship leader: Clay Nelson.

A House for Our Dreams Blessing By Dori J. Somers

What “Pride” means to Rainbow Youth

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with Frances Arns, Executive Director, Rainbow Youth

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Frances Arns © 18th February 2018

– Worship leader: Clay Nelson

Breaking Free

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Craig Hoyle

Born gay in an Exclusive Brethren family.

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Craig Hoyle © 26 February 2017

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Being Gay in a Muslim Culture

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Aatir Zaiidi

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Aatir Zaiidi © 19 February 2017

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