Tag Archives: Human Rights

CCC – Cutting essential services to the Red Zone after 30 April 2013

In response to an OIA request: Has the Christchurch City Council, either elected members or staff, received formal or informal enquiries from CERA about what services can be cut off in the Residential Red Zones after 30 April 2012? If … Continue reading

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Human Rights Commission – Canterbury Earthquakes: review and appeal rights

The Human Rights Commission have launched three web pages for those affected by earthquakes. The first, Canterbury Earthquakes: review and appeal rights, is here. The introduction to the web page states: This information collects in one place the review or appeal rights … Continue reading

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Help coming soon from the Human Rights Commission?

The following web pages are on the HRC site, but password protected for now. Apparently they are still under development and will soon be accessible to the public. Canterbury Earthquakes: review and appeal rights  http://www.hrc.co.nz/human-rights-environment/canterbury-earthquakes What complaints processes are available … Continue reading

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NZ Human Rights Commission on the Christchurch Earthquakes

The NZ Human Rights Commission (HRC) produced a submission in March this year as part of it’s implementation of the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights (ICESCR) From the HRC web site: This submission focuses on the Christchurch … Continue reading

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