Tāmati Kruger’s 2017 Bruce Jesson Lecture provided a compelling insight to Tūhoe perspective.
An audio recording of the lecture is available here (thank you Mairi Gunn).
A transcript of the lecture is available on the e-Tangata web site.
Baz won the Award for his story on how, with more New Zealanders entering into de facto relationships, the benefit system’s rules are struggling to keep up. This means some people may end being investigated for fraud.
The judges told Baz his article “was exactly the kind of critical, informed, analytical and creative writing – which will contribute to public debate in New Zealand on an important issue – we want to foster.
“We hope this award may help in a small way to encourage you to keep on pursuing important public issues in your career in journalism.”
See here for more on the Award.