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Locke urges Govt. to speak out over Burma crackdown

Green MP Keith Locke wants the Government to speak out against the latest crackdown on pro-democracy opposition in Burma.

Locke disappointed with speculative approach to refugees

Green MP Keith Locke said he was disappointed with Auckland police for publicly linking Afghani refugees to a supposed terrorism plot, without laying any charges against them.

New Immigration Minister should show compassion to hunger strikers

The Green Party has called on the new Minister of Immigration, Wyatt Creech, to show compassion to the 16 Indian and Pakistani asylum seekers currently on hunger strike in Mt Eden prison.

Free the refugees

The Green Party has written to Immigration Minister Tuariki Delamere asking him to release 17 asylum seekers from Mt Eden Prison.

Campaign to Stop the Search & Surveillance Bill National Day of...

Join us as we are march down to the National Party HQ and on to the Wellington Police Station.

Imprisoned refugee inhumanely treated

The treatment of Algerian refugee Ahmed Zaoui is a blot on the Government's record. He remains in solitary confinement in Paremoremo prison 10 months after he arrived here seeking asylum.

Fahrenheit 9/11 isn’t Just About America

In Fahrenheit 9/11 Michael Moore shows how George W Bush's "War on Terror" is also a war on the civil liberties of Americans.But it's not just "over there" that long-cherished freedoms are being taken away.

Once the e-snoop starts, who guards snoopers?

14.12.2000 KEITH LOCKE* says serious privacy issues arise from proposed laws that would allow police to intercept e-mails. Legislation allowing police to intercept e-mails and hack into computers is before a parliamentary select committee.

Your Privacy Under Threat: What’s Wrong with the Search & Surveillance...

On the third anniversary of the 2007 “Anti-Terrorism Raids, Keith Locke – Green MP is coming to Dunedin to deliver a speech on the Search and Surveillance Bill legislation which is currently being considered by the Justice and Electoral Select Committee. This Bill is concerning because it extends state search and surveillance powers beyond Police and intelligence age ncies to an array of other state agencies.