New Zealand's Ardern: World needs to talk about racism, white supremacy

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World still needs to have conversations about racism and white supremacy, PM Jacinda Ardern says as New Zealand marks second anniversary of Christchurch terror attacks

World still needs to have conversations about racism and white supremacy, PM Jacinda Ardern says as New Zealand marks second anniversary of Christchurch terror attacks

PM Jacinda Ardern says the Muslim community in New Zealand experienced 'horrific racism' before March 15, 2019 terror attack on Christchurch mosques in which an Australian white supremacist killed 51 worshippers.

China's lawmakers endorse Beijing appoint Hong Kong election candidates Fast News PM Jacinda Ardern says the Muslim community in New Zealand experienced"horrific racism" before March 15, 2019 terror attack on Christchurch mosques in which an Australian white supremacist killed 51 worshippers.By Reuters Staff 2 Min Read WELLINGTON (Reuters) - The world still needs to have conversations about racism and white supremacy, New Zealand’s Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said on Monday, as the country marked two years since a white supremacist attacked two mosques in the city of Christchurch.Jacinda Ardern New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has said she hoped that a"more inclusive nation" would be a legacy of the Christchurch mosque killings, as the country marked the second anniversary of the tragedy.Vinewood Animation ’s series “Welcome to Cardboard City.

Participants of remembrance service read names of Christchurch victims in New Zealand on March 13, 2021.(AA) The world still needs to have conversations about racism and white supremacy, New Zealand's Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has said as the country marked two years since a white supremacist attacked two mosques in the city of Christchurch.Tarrant released a racist manifesto shortly before the attack and streamed the shootings live on Facebook."The world needs to have these conversations," Ardern said in a news conference on Monday.He then drove to the Linwood mosque, where he killed seven more."In the aftermath of the attack it was incumbent on New Zealand to get its house in order," she said, adding that it was not fair to say that because the terrorist came from Australia, that New Zealand didn't have a responsibility.“The world needs to have these conversations,” Ardern said in a news conference.Armed with high-capacity semi-automatic weapons, Australian Brenton Tarrant killed 51 people and wounded dozens when he opened fire on Muslim worshippers on March 15, 2019.The series is an action-packed animation, literally made out of cardboard.

Tarrant released a racist manifesto shortly before the terror attack and streamed the shootings live on Facebook.“Members of our Muslim community were experiencing some pretty horrific racism before that attack here in their own communities.That means we must use them wisely.The attack sparked a global debate about the threat of white supremacy.READ MORE: Memorial service held for Christchurch attack victims on second anniversary 'Horrific racism' "Members of our Muslim community were experiencing some pretty horrific racism before that attack here in their own communities.“Countries need to take that into account,” she said." Ardern said every global leader has a responsibility as their voice can be broadcast anywhere, at any time.Kai Schwoerer/Getty Images "To our Muslim community, that means using our voices and words to acknowledge the loss that was yours," said Ardern, who won plaudits for her response to the tragedy and has since been re-elected."Countries need to take that into account," she said.Ardern said a NZ$1 million ($719,800) community engagement response fund had been established for community groups to engage with the Royal Commission.Jetpack CEO Dominic Gardiner said: “’Welcome to Cardboard City’ is such an innovative and hilarious concept, we were pretty hooked from the start.

READ MORE: Did the Christchurch attacks change how we view anti-Muslim bigotry? Are Muslims safe in New Zealand? Ardern apologised last year after a royal commission of inquiry into the country’s worst massacre found that security agencies were almost exclusively focused on the perceived threat of "Islamist terrorism" before the attack.Ardern said $719,800 community engagement response fund had been established for community groups to engage with the Royal Commission.When asked if New Zealand was a much safer place for Muslims now compared to two years ago, Ardern said: “I am not the one to answer that, only our Muslim community can.Around one thousand people gathered at the venue for the remembrance service, which was overseen by tight security.A slew of other measures were also announced for the community.When asked if New Zealand was a much safer place for Muslims now compared to two years ago, Ardern said: "I am not the one to answer that, only our Muslim community can.” ($1=1.But I can say right now, there's still work to be done.She said:"That day my heart broke into a thousand pieces, just like the hearts of the 50 other families.” Co-creator Phil Brough said: “Matthew and I were sitting around one day thinking about what the hardest job in the world would be.

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New Zealand's Ardern says world needs to talk about racism, two years after attack on mosquesThe world still needs to have conversations about racism and white supremacy, New Zealand's Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said on Monday, as the country marked two years since a white supremacist attacked two mosques in the city of Christchurch. thank you very much for your work Yeah cause we haven't heard anyone say a single word about racism. There needs to be a more comprehensive collective response to the growing white nationalist radicalization and terrorism in the west

New Zealand PM Jacinda Ardern still 'at a loss' over Christchurch massacre 2 years onArdern gave an emotional speech at an event to mark the second anniversary of the killing of 51 Muslim worshippers. Shahidmasooddr ڈاکٹر صاحب۔۔۔ آپکا فین ہوں۔ اوورسیز پاکستانی ہوں۔ آپ سے ملنے کی خواہش ہے۔ انشاءاللہ زندگی میں کبھی موقع ملا تو ضرور آپ سے ملوں گا۔ڈیوٹی کے بعد لازم آپکا پروگرام دیکھتا ہوں چاہے کتنا بھی ٹائم ہو جائے۔ 2008 سے لگاتار دیکھ رہا ہوں آپ کے لیے ہر روز دعا کرتا ہوں اور پاکستان کے لیے بھی Shahidmasooddr Ap k hosly ko salam h usman bhai 😜 Shahidmasooddr New Zealand PM,Jacinda Ardern,is the best leader of the world

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern Stars in ‘Cardboard City,’ Snapped Up By Jetpack Distribution (EXCLUSIVE)Global kids and family content distributor Jetpack Distribution has acquired worldwide rights for New Zealand-based Vinewood Animation’s series “Welcome to Cardboard City.” Guest stars …

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New Zealand PM Ardern says travel bubble with Cook Islands to start on May 17New Zealand will start quarantine free travel with Cook Islands on May 17, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said at a press conference on Monday. W pokoleniu mówisz Rotchild's, że rządzisz? I tak od ponad 200. Wasza wiza obora stodoła zaczyna wygasać. Czy to nie przypadkiel za Twojej kadencji trwał hotel z wynajmem dla dzieci dla, pedofilów ? Tigger_Hayward, does mean I can fly to NZ and then onto the Cook Islands 🇨🇰? With Cook Islands 🤣 This will help to rebound NZ tourism I'm sure