DEI Diversity, Equity and Inclusion initiative is entrenched in Critical Theory and Marxism (Cultural Marxism) and Identity Politics. Below are some of the Christchurch Inquiry conclusions…DEI is being rolled out worldwide and is massively initiated throughout Central and Local Government, Police, Military, NGO’s, Academia, Schools and Universities etc.,

Report of the Royal Commission of Inquiry into the terrorist attack on Christchurch masjidain on 15 March 2019

The terrorist attack was driven by an extreme right-wing Islamophobic ideology. Its purpose was to promote chaos and disharmony in New Zealand. However it was reported he was a lone wolf actor of terrorism. It was reported that  NZrs united around racism, extremism and extremist violence. (The propaganda machine deliberately  caused division of peoples within NZ) The Inquiry asked questions of the public sector agencies, Police, Government Security, NZ SIS Services. 1,100 plus submissions were received. Leaders of International Security Services were involved, family of the victims and survivors of the attack. The Inquiry made recommendations for the future. There was inquiries as to the life of the offender who arrived in NZ 2017 and within 3 months of arrival was able to obtain a firearms license, hence purchased firearms and ammunition. Again the report says “He acted alone”. focus of the counter-terrorism resources was on what was seen as the presenting threat of Islamist extremist terrorism. The New Zealand Security Intelligence Service had decided to concentrate its scarce counter-terrorism resources on the presenting threat of Islamist extremist terrorism.

Since 2015, successive governments have been reluctant to proceed with a public-facing counter-terrorism strategy. One reason for this was to avoid stigmatizing Muslim communities. Part of the focus of the Royal Inquiry was : Social cohesion and embracing diversity. Firearm licensing was included in the Inquiry (Govt Gun Buyback Scheme) Low levels of trust in Media and Govt. Even though COVID19 did not show its head in NZ until early 2020 COVID 19 response was bought into the equation. Stated that NZ will never be immune from violent extremism and terrorism

“The terrorist attack” means the terrorist attack carried out by the individual in accordance with his planning and preparation over the previous years

Recommendations Made included:- a) Improving New Zealand’s counter-terrorism effort. b) Improving New Zealand’s firearms licensing system. c) Supporting the ongoing recovery needs of affected whānau, survivors and witnesses of the 15 March 2019 terrorist attack. d) Improving New Zealand’s response to our increasingly diverse population. e) Implementation of the recommendations. 3 The recommendations are organized by four themes. To increase promote a more diverse inclusive population in NZ

The Public sector mindset must shift to value communities’ input into decisions, transparency and engaging in robust debate… Robust public debate that is highly targeted. As well, the government must understand what New Zealand’s changing demographics mean for New Zealand as a society and promote consistent messages about the benefits of diversity and an inclusive society. New Zealand needs fit for purpose laws and policies

Recommendations to improve social cohesion and New Zealand’s response to our increasingly diverse population We recommend that the Government: 28. Announce that the Minister for Social Development and Employment and the Ministry of Social Development have responsibility and accountability for coordinating a whole-of-government approach to building social cohesion, including social inclusion. Direct the Ministry of Social Development to discuss and collaborate with communities, civil society, local government and the private sector on the development of a social cohesion strategic framework and a monitoring and evaluation regime.

30. Investigate the machinery of government options for an agency focused on ethnic communities and multiculturalism and establish a fit for purpose organizational design that will encompass the current functions expected of the Office of Ethnic Communities and enable the new responsible Public sector agency to focus on and perform the following functions: a) advise the government and Public sector agencies about priorities and challenges that affect ethnic communities’ wellbeing; b) collate and use data to analyze, monitor and evaluate Public sector efforts to improve the wellbeing of ethnic communities, what those efforts should be and how they should be prioritized; and c) develop an evaluation framework that incorporates performance indicators that examine the impact and effectiveness of government policies and programmes on the wellbeing of ethnic communities.

Prioritize the development of appropriate measures and indicators (such as the Living Standards Framework) of social cohesion, including social inclusion. 32. Require Public sector agencies to prioritize the collection of data on ethnic and religious demographics to support analysis and advice on the implications of New Zealand’s rapidly changing society, inform better policy making and enhance policy evaluation. 33. Direct the chief executives of the Public sector agencies involved in the counter-terrorism effort to continue focusing efforts on significantly increasing workforce diversity, including in leadership roles, and in consultation with the Advisory Group on Counter-terrorism (Recommendation 7).

Invest in opportunities for young New Zealanders to learn about their role, rights and responsibilities and on the value of ethnic and religious diversity, inclusivity, conflict resolution, civic literacy and self-regulation. Require all Public sector community engagement to be in accordance with New Zealand’s Open Government Partnership commitments

Require all Public sector community engagement to be in accordance with New Zealand’s Open Government Partnership commitments and in particular: a) require agencies to be clear about the degree of influence that community engagement has on associated decision-making by indicating to communities where the engagement sits on the International Association for Public Participation IAP2 Public Participation Spectrum; and b) encourage agencies to undertake more “involve” and “collaborate” levels of engagement in accordance with the International Association for Public Participation IAP2 Public Participation Spectrum.

Amend legislation to create hate-motivated offences in: a) the Summary Offences Act 1981 that correspond with the existing offences of offensive behavior or language, assault, wilful damage and intimidation; and b) the Crimes Act 1961 that correspond with the existing offences of assaults, arson and intentional damage. 40. Repeal section 131 of the Human Rights Act 1993 and insert a provision in the Crimes Act 1961 for an offence of inciting racial or religious disharmony, based on an intent to stir up, maintain or normalize hatred, through threatening, abusive or insulting communications with protected characteristics that include religious affiliation.

Amend the definition of “objectionable” in section 3 of the Films, Videos, and Publications Classification Act 1993 to include racial superiority, racial hatred and racial discrimination. 42. Direct New Zealand Police to revise the ways in which they record complaints of criminal conduct to capture systematically hate-motivations for offending and train frontline staff in: a) identifying bias indicators so that they can identify potential hate crimes when they perceive that an offence is hate-motivated; b) exploring perceptions of victims and witnesses so that they are in a position to record where an offence is perceived to be hate-motivated; and c) recording such hate-motivations in a way which facilitates the later use of section 9(1)(h) of the Sentencing Act 2002.

Included in the documentation of the inquiry The repeated failures on the part of the Crown to uphold its commitments under Te Tiriti o Waitangi have caused widespread and ongoing harms.3 (Maori-Crown Relationship) and the colonization of NZ. Conflicts, protests and self determination.

Diversity, Inclusion Equity (DEI) include initiatives that are full of uncertainties and difficulties. DEI consumes Political identity, Marxist culturalism and Critical Theory (Critical Race Theory) es/2021-06/RC%20145%20Terrorist%20Attack%20on%20Christchurch%20Masjidain.pdf  166 Pages pdf Parts 1-3

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