Podcast – Heritage and human rights

Christchurch City Libraries blog hosts a series of regular podcasts from specialist human rights radio show Speak up - Kōrerotia. This show is created by Sally Carlton.

What is heritage? And how can it be used to both conserve and uphold human rights, but also undermine and challenge them? Four amazing guests share their views: Hatesa Seumanutafa (Canterbury Museum), Rosie Ibbotson (University of Canterbury), Kerryn Pollock (Heritage New Zealand - Pouhere Taonga) and Victoria Bliss (Christchurch City Council).
This show aired first on Canterbury's Plains FM 96.9 and was made with the assistance of NZ On Air.


Transcript - Heritage and human rights

Catalogue record for History, Heritage, and Colonialism Historical Consciousness, Britishness, and Cultural Identity in New Zealand, 1870-1940Catalogue record for Museums and Māori Heritage Professionals, Indigenous Collections, Current PracticeCatalogue record for New Zealand's lost heritageCatalogue record for Kohika The Archaeology of A Late Maori Lake Village in the Ngati Awa Rohe, Bay of Plenty, New ZealandCatalogue record for Mates & Lovers A History of Gay New ZealandCatalogue record for Manly Affections The Photographs of Robert Gant, 1885-1915Catalogue record for Samoan queer livesCatalogue record for 30 queer lives: Conversations With LGBTQIA+ New ZealandersCatalogue record for Ko Aotearoa TēneiCatalogue record for Making Peoples a History of the New Zealanders : From Polynesian Settlement to the End of the Nineteenth CenturyCatalogue record for Unearthing New ZealandCatalogue record for The Penguin field guide to New Zealand archaeologyCatalogue record for Takapūneke Conservation ReportCatalogue record for Cultural Values Report Takamatua to TakapūnekeCatalogue record for Heritage of Aotearoa

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