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'Opening The Election' Video: Nicky Hager and Mike Joy

Earlier this month Scoop's 'Opening the Election' forum [photos here] shared ideas on making democracy and the media more open and participatory.

With the first events in the Global March for Science happening in New Zealand tomorrow, we are sharing a two relevant videos from that evening.

Massey University's Dr Mike Joy spoke about promoting science in the face of government spin.

Journalist Nicky Hager offered a checklist of issues to promote for an open civil society.

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