Q+A 15/9/13: Syria, Fonterra, Women's Suffrage
Q + A
SUNDAY 15TH SEPTEMBER, TV ONE, 11AM
On the programme this Sunday, where does New Zealand stand on Syria? We speak to Foreign Affairs minister Murray McCully and ask are we with the United Nations, the United States or on the fence?
Also on the programme, we hear about the toll Fonterra's botulism scare has taken on New Zealand's image in China and find out whether we can rebuild the trust of Chinese consumers.
Also, it's 120 years since women got the vote, so why is there still a glass ceiling and how do we crack it? We talk to our first female Prime Minister Dame Jenny Shipley.
And with Labour's new leader to be announced on Sunday afternoon we're with the youth of the party as they talk about the issues that matter most to them.
On the panel this week political scientist Dr Raymond Miller from Auckland University, former Labour party board member Kate Sutton and Auckland Chamber of Commerce CEO Michael Barnett.
Join Susan Wood and Corin Dann at 11am this Sunday on TV One.