For the second time, the Labour History Project is running an essay competition to inspire debate on alternative futures.
In December 2014, an OECD report ranked New Zealand as the most deeply affected by growing income inequality out of all developed countries. It makes the case that we are all affected by growing income inequality, not just those in the lowest tenth of households in New Zealand. In this context, the Labour History Project invites progressive New Zealanders of all ages to offer visions and strategies that would enable a future world where inequality is eradicated.
The essays will be judged by a panel consisting of Sandra Grey, Sue Bradford and Gordon Campbell.
The commenters of The Standard always have ideas about what needs to be done to prepare for the coming changes in our society … so this should be of interest!