Ending Inequality Ideas

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Tatiana Daniels • South Auckland • 13 June

Poor transport infrastructure is a significant factor driving inequity in South Auckland - university students have to leave home 2-3...

Tatiana Daniels • South Auckland • 13 June

Voters need to understand the dynamics of government policy (e.g. tax cuts = less money for public services), wealth inequality,...

Tatiana Daniels • South Auckland • 13 June

Housing standards need to be higher - conversation around the cycle of people coming into hospital for respiratory issues, being...

Tatiana Daniels • South Auckland • 13 June

There are significant inequities in access to education; we need to examine school times (could weekend schools or schools with...

Tatiana Daniels • South Auckland • 13 June

We need alternative education models where teachers are incentivized to adapt to each students needs

Tatiana Daniels • South Auckland • 13 June

Why do some corporations (such as AT) have their own free carpark for all staff and others cannot access adequate...

Tatiana Daniels • South Auckland • 13 June

Bring back fair pay agreements

Tatiana Daniels • North Shore • 12 June

Tax the rich, then name and shame people hoarding wealth

Evelyn Maxwell-Garner • North Shore • 12 June

We need significant tax reform, with huge taxes on wealth, capital and/or land. We need to introduce a low income...

Tatiana Daniels • North Shore • 12 June

Take back democratic control of the reserve bank; artificially driving up unemployment and inflation to make people desperate and poor...

Tatiana Daniels • North Shore • 12 June

Migrants work multiple jobs, students have to work and study to survive, new mothers are going back to work too...

Tatiana Daniels • North Shore • 12 June

We need a push for more left wing radicalism to make significant change - previous Labour party interventions have not...

Tatiana Daniels • North Shore • 12 June

Societal shift needed; public services more concerned with budgets than the people delivering services (cutting overtime, poor staffing etc.)

Tatiana Daniels • Auckland Central • 11 June

Remove privately owned prisons at an absolute minimum - if someone can profit from imprisoning people, there is inherently more...

Tatiana Daniels • Auckland Central • 11 June

Honour Te Tiriti through true co-governance and mana motuhake, with the hauora of the whenua and the moana as a...

Tatiana Daniels • Auckland Central • 11 June

Address wealth disparity through redistribution of wealth to ensure at least a universal living wage for all - not just...

Tatiana Daniels • Auckland Central • 11 June

Immigration policies to allow for more immigration, and more supports for migrants around settling in, schooling, access to work etc

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Tatiana Daniels • Auckland Central • 11 June

Significant increases to benefits, and widening the access to benefits (for example bringing back the artists benefits)

Tatiana Daniels • Auckland Central • 11 June

Better access to affordable and quality housing by restricting landlords and the number of residential properties people/trusts can own

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Tatiana Daniels • Auckland Central • 11 June

Acknowledgement of women's hauora needs such as leave, flexible work, pay equity

Tatiana Daniels • Auckland Central • 11 June

Policies like Kia Toipoto and Te Orowaru should be extended into the private sector

Tatiana Daniels • Auckland Central • 11 June

Transparent pay scales and progression systems - can pay be fixed to grow with CPI?

Tatiana Daniels • Auckland Central • 11 June

Pay equity claims - what happens to claims underway (care and support workers, tertiary education)? The work has already been...