CPA UK Trade Workshop 2019 | NZ Parliament
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CPA UK Trade Workshop 2019 | NZ Parliament

>>Recently at the start of February I headed over to London for what’s called a CPA conference: a Commonwealth Parliamentary Association Conference. And this was on how parliaments deal with trade treaties.>>As the New Zealand delegation, we got to speak on various panels. I spoke on a panel talking about how New Zealand does trade […]

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Parliament of Canada – Teachers Institute
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Parliament of Canada – Teachers Institute

It was fantasy camp for social studies teachers. It was just absolutely fantastic. It’s teaching me so much more. It’s making me a better teacher so when I can go back to my classroom I have real hands-on knowledge that I can part to my students. It really enriched the experience so it gave me […]

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Revolution and the political integration of the enslaved and disenfranchised (1974) | ARCHIVES
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Revolution and the political integration of the enslaved and disenfranchised (1974) | ARCHIVES

Announcer: The American Enterprise Institute presents the Distinguished Lecture Series on the Bicentennial of the United State. Our host for this thought-provoking series is Vermont Royster, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist with “The Wall Street Journal” and professor of journalism and public affairs at the University of North Carolina. Vermont C. Royster: I’m Vermont Royster with another […]

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Victoria’s Constitution
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Victoria’s Constitution

BRIAN COSTAR: A constitution essentially is the basic law of a jurisdiction, in this case Victoria. We have written constitutions as do most other countries, Britain and New Zealand are the odd ones out here that don’t. It’s a consolidated document. It was originally of course a statute of the British parliament, it is now […]

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