Monthly Archives: February, 2005

Greens support aid community’s petition for 0.7% aid

The Greens are calling on the Government to increase its foreign aid budget by $60 million a year for the next ten years so New Zealand can fulfil its international obligations to the world's poor.

Consistency in Human Rights, Peace and Aid

The Prime Minister, in her first speech for the year, said that: \"we have forged an independent foreign policy record we can be proud of.

Question for Oral Answer – Overseas Aid – Targets

When will the level of Government overseas aid reach the level of 0.5 percent of gross national income achieved by the 1972-75 Labour Government in 1975?

Govt must investigate Israeli diplomat’s expulsion

Green MP Keith Locke wants the Government to investigate the circumstances surrounding the expulsion of an Israeli diplomat from Australia.

Films, Videos, and Publications Classification Amendment Bill – Second Reading

The Green Party will support this bill and the positive changes to enable us to deal more effectively with child pornography. However, the Greens are sickened by today's bidding war between ACT and

Terrorism Suppression Amendment Bill (No. 2)

The Green Party is opposed to this bill. Of course we are opposed to people financing terrorist acts themselves - real terrorist acts, bombing, injuring, or murdering people.

JustPeace #73

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Motion – Review of the Terrorism Suppression Act

The review of the Terrorism Suppression Act is most welcome.

Films, Videos, and Publications Classification Amendment Bill – Third Reading

The Green Party will be voting for the Films, Videos, and Publications Classification Amendment Bill.