Mote Oo aims to promote social change through context appropriate materials and services for the non-formal adult education sector and is based in Myanmar. We support community educators in building a just and peaceful society through teacher training and curriculum development.
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Victoria interviews Jill Oakley and Simon Bowden from the upcoming Whenua Ūkaipō Connectedness exhibition
Hidden Histories - Arts and Disability (Part 6)
No more pokies in Wellington -Tina McIvor from the Problem Gambling Foundation
Mike Gourley's Hidden Histories returns with a discussion with the authors of 'Here We Are, Read Us: Women, Disability And Writing'
Victoria talks with two young people about voting and Grant Brookes from Unions Wellington
Victoria Quade talks to Sitene Peta Si'ulepa about Matariki, the Polynesian Panthers and Samoana Jazz Festival.
Hidden Histories with Mike Gourley Part 4
Emalani Case reads her poem FISSURED
Victoria and John interview Kate about OA's Justice System Policy
John and Victoria discuss mutual aid with Sam Buchanan and KT Julian
Interview with Edwina Hughes discussing NZ Military Spending
History, statues and memory
Kiwi Hope for Gaza campaign and update on Palestine
Hidden Histories with Mike Gourley (Part 3)
Interview with Peter King from Responsible Defence NZ
Interview about RIMPAC with Dr Emalani Case
Hidden histories: Disability rights and issues in Aotearoa (Part 2)
Hidden Histories - Eugenics in New Zealand (Part 1)
Gaza and Covid-19