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New Zealand PM Jacinda Ardern offers coronavirus know-how to Joe Bіden

WELLINGTON, New Zealand (AP) — New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern on Monday became the latest world leader to congratulate...
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New Zealand's politicians are too middle-class to tackle our biggest problems | Bryce Edwards

They can celebrate diversity and gender equality, but Labour must deal with more traditional leftwing concerns like inequality and housingA very liberal revolution has been occurring in New Zealand politics. Our parliament and Labour-led government are more socially liberal and diverse than ever before, and that’s something for progressives to celebrate.Jacinda Ardern, the prime minister, embodies this, and is lauded as a breath of fresh air in a political world traditionally dominated by “stale...
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3 Lessons On How Promoting Sense Of Belonging Can Drive Change

The past several months have presented leaders with a wide array of unexpected challenges that few of us anticipated we’d have to collectively address. Without question, one of the few shining examples of exceptional leadership we’ve seen during this unprecedented time has been New Zealand’s Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern. Thanks ... Click to continue reading
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Leaders should use 'gentle power' to better unite and encourage their teams during uncertain times — here's how to master it

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern meeting members of the public in Christchurch in September 2020. Kai Schwoerer/Getty Images Emilia Lahti is an educator, speaker, and author of the upcoming book "Gentle Power: A Revolution in How We Lead, Think, and Succeed." She writes that gentle power is a skill more leaders should embrace during crises and periods of unrest or economic uncertainty, such as the COVID-19 pandemic. Power alone can erode empathy and cause conflict, Lahti says, whe...
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Australia-New Zealand bubble by Christmas all but dead, Jacinda Ardern warns

New Zealand PM says Australia’s higher tolerance of Covid community transmission ‘problematic’As South Australia experiences a new Covid-19 outbreak, the New Zealand prime minister, Jacinda Ardern, has conceded there is very little chance of an operational trans-Tasman travel bubble by Christmas.Australia and New Zealand are tackling the pandemic with slightly different strategies, leading to an impasse over a border reopening. Continue reading...
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South Australia reimposes Covid restrictions in response to fresh outbreak – live news

International flights into SA suspended and ADF brought in as the state’s new Covid cluster grows to 17 – follow the latest updatesSouth Australia coronavirus cluster: what we know so farFollow our global coronavirus live blogFull Australian Covid stats 6.14am GMT New Zealand’s prime minister, Jacinda Ardern, has conceded there’s little chance of an operational trans-Tasman travel bubble opening by Christmas. The current travel arrangement allows New Zealanders to arrive in Australia, but do...
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Despite her mandate, Ardern's agenda will be resolutely middle of the road | Tova O'Brien

Labour’s smart politics will come at the expense of its fundamental values, and be driven by its desire to stay in power The prime minister of New Zealand has just begun a victory lap of the country, though Jacinda Ardern would prefer we think of it more as a “thank you” tour.After a successful but gruelling six-week election campaign she is hitting the two-lane blacktop once again, deploying to the regions of New Zealand. Continue reading...
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Strongmen presidents — from Putin to Xi — are silent over the Biden-Harris election victory, as other world leaders rushed to congratulate them

Russian President Vladimir Putin and Chinese President Xi Jinping in Xiamen, China, on September 3, 2017. Sputnik/Mikhail Klimentyev/Kremlin via REUTERS The world's strongman presidents are yet to acknowledge President-elect Joe Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris's election victory, while other world leaders have sent their regards. Leaders including Angela Merkel, Boris Johnson, Emmanuel Macron, Jacinda Ardern, and Justin Trudeau sent their congratulations over the weekend. Howe...
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A clean sweep for legalization

A worker checks cannabis plants inside the Tilray factory hothouse in Cantanhede, Portugal April 24, 2019. REUTERS/Rafael Marchante Welcome to Insider Cannabis, our weekly newsletter where we're bringing you an inside look at the deals, trends, and personalities driving the multibillion-dollar global cannabis boom.Sign up here to get it in your inbox every week.Happy Friday, readers,It's hard to put into words what living through the past few days feels like, no matter where you may land on...
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New Zealand election: Labour and Māori parties gain MP each in final results

Jacinda Ardern to govern with have 65 out of 120 seats, while Māori party doubles representation to twoNew Zealand Labour’s election win has received a further boost with the release of final results from the electoral commission giving Jacinda Ardern’s party one more seat, making it 65 in the 120-seat assembly.Labour received 50.01% of the votes, the party’s best result since 1938. Continue reading...
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Jacinda Ardern must use her mandate to tackle child poverty | Max Rashbrooke

Covid has set back the PM’s modest progress on childhood hardship, meaning greater policy ambition is needed As the New Zealand First party’s vote share evaporated on election day, so too did Jacinda Ardern’s last excuse for not making more progress on child poverty, her signature issue.No longer able to blame inaction on her one-time conservative coalition partner, and possessing an absolute majority, the Labour leader now has a free hand on an issue dear to her heart. She may have labelled cli...
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Nearly a third of New Zealanders felt badly distressed in Covid lockdown

Young people worst affected with almost half of those aged 18-24 reporting moderate to severe distressCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageThe wellbeing of New Zealanders plummeted during the country’s nationwide lockdown, research has found, with nearly a third experiencing “moderate to severe psychological distress” – especially young people.On 15 March Jacinda Ardern, the prime minister, ordered the total closure of the country’s borders and on 26 March the entire popul...
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New Zealand's Jacinda Ardern appoints country's first Indigenous female foreign minister

New Zealand appointed its first Indigenous female foreign minister Monday to represent what's shaping up to be one of the most diverse parliaments in the world.
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'I am never not worried about housing' – PM Jacinda Ardern on rising house prices

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has admitted she is worried about the housing market, as house prices continue to rise amid a period of tepid economic growth. "I am never not worried about housing, to be honest," she told Newstalk... [Author: [email protected]]
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New Zealand gets first gay deputy PM and a foreign minister with a Maori facial tattoo

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern, who was re-elected last month in a landslide victory, called her new cabinet ‘incredibly diverse’.
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New Zealand gets tattooed Maori foreign minister, gay deputy PM

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern unveiled what she called an "incredibly diverse" cabinet Monday that includes New Zealand's first openly gay deputy prime minister and a foreign minister with a Maori facial tattoo.
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Jacinda Ardern announces "incredibly diverse" New Zealand cabinet

She noted they "reflect the New Zealand that elected them. I think as a country we should be proud of this."
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New Zealand's Jacinda Ardern appoints country's first Indigenous female foreign minister

New Zealand appointed its first Indigenous female foreign minister Monday to represent what's shaping up to be one of the most diverse parliaments in the world.
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Jacinda Ardern unveils new cabinet to focus on Covid-19 containment and recovery

Reliable right-hand man Grant Robertson will be deputy PM with Nanaia Mahuta replacing Winston Peters as foreign ministerCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageNew Zealand’s prime minister, Jacinda Ardern, has brought in her reliable right hand man, Grant Robertson, as deputy leader as the new cabinet line up focuses on Covid-19 containment and economic recovery.Ardern said Kelvin Davis had been re-elected as deputy by Labour party MPs but he chose not to continue in the rol...
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Seven books for philosophical perspectives on politics [reading list]

2020 has come to be defined by widespread human tragedy, economic uncertainty, and increased public discourse surrounding how to address systemic racism. With such important issues at stake, political leadership has been under enormous scrutiny. For some countries, this has coincided with their election season: Jacinda Ardern has just won her second term in office and the 2020 US presidential election will take place on Tuesday 3 November.As the US election approaches, we’re featuring a selectio...
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New Zealand Greens accept Ardern's offer of 'cooperation agreement'

Deal with Labour stops short of a coalition but will see Green’s co-leaders, James Shaw and Marama Davidson, hold ministries outside of cabinet New Zealand’s prime minister, Jacinda Ardern, has agreed on a governing “cooperation agreement” with the Green party, offering two ministries and agreeing to a handful of shared policy priorities for her second term – an offer they accepted late on Saturday.Labour won the general election in October with an outright majority, meaning they could govern al...
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New Zealand Votes To Legalize Euthanasia But Not Marijuana

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said she had voted in favor of both referendums.
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New Zealand Voters Approve Euthanasia but Reject Recreational Marijuana

Proponents of legalizing cannabis voiced anger at Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern, who revealed only after the referendum that she supported it.
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New Zealand votes to legalize euthenasia, not recreational cannabis in historic referendum

ACT celebrates a solid 'yes' vote in the End of Life referendum, while PM Jacinda Ardern reveals she voted to support cannabis reform,...
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Fox News spreads misinformation about New Zealand's COVID response, using a 4 month old clip out of context

Fox News host shared an old Jacinda Ardern clip and spoke of 'quarantine camps'.
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What’s Love Got To Do With It?

What’s love got to do with being a great leader?  A lot it seems as new research reveals that love is the differentiating quality that distinguishes good from great leaders.  But what is love really and how can it make a difference to the way we lead our teams and our businesses? To be clear we are not talking about romantic or sexual love here, but rather love displayed as caring, nurturing, tenderness, and devotion. Love in this form is displayed daily in human life, it’s a core human value...
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Jacinda Ardern holds all the cards but should still keep the Greens sweet

While Labour’s landslide makes a coalition in New Zealand extremely unlikely, the PM might set up a ‘consultation’ deal with the smaller party New Zealand’s Labour and Green parties have met for the third time to discuss what role the latter might play in the new government expected to be formed by Jacinda Ardern within days.With Labour holding all the cards after its landslide victory earlier this month, a formal coalition government is seen as extremely unlikely after the latest talks on Tuesd...
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Yes, women's equality will come at the expense of some men — that's the point

Demonstrators take part in the Women's March in Manhattan in New York City, New York, U.S., January 20, 2018. Caitlin Ochs/Reuters A new report by the Pew Research Center shows 25% of men believe increased equality for women will come at their expense. They're exactly right, and that's the point. In order to equalize centuries of oppression of women, men will have to stop benefiting in life just for being men. Ashley Jordan is a feminist writer, speaker, activist, and organizer. This i...
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Ardern urged to review New Zealand Covid measures after election landslide

Veteran epidemiologist calls for review, and openness to adopting measures suggested by political rivals, now that voters have given PM a mandateJacinda Ardern won New Zealand’s election with a commanding majority, in part attributed to her handling of the Covid-19 pandemic in her country. But a veteran epidemiologist is exhorting the prime minister to use the political capital gained in her decisive victory to scrutinise the coronavirus response by her government and officials, and adopt strate...
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New Zealand's Jacinda Ardern wins big after world-leading Covid-19 response

"At a time where there's lots of instability and fear, I think most New Zealanders like the fact that she is clearly a good person," one...
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