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“You need the whole context, the way the political system has evolved,” said Helen Clark, New Zealand’s former prime minister. “It’s not easily transferable.” by @damiencave 

New Zealand’s early decision to ban travel from China and then Iran is why the country has been able to dramatically curb the spread of coronavirus, said the country’s former Prime Minister Helen Clark

Former Prime Minister and Administrator of the United Nations Development Programme Helen Clark says the response to COVID-19 has been somewhat "flat-footed" and the UN Security Council's failed to step up - more:

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Former prime minister Helen Clark has commended the Government's "go hard and go early" approach to limiting the spread of Covid-19 in New Zealand.

"Countries need to overhaul their approach to child and adolescent health," said former New Zealand Prime Minister Helen Clark, Co-Chair of @WHO , @UNICEF , @lancet  international Commission, via @Reuters  #FutureChild 

Former Prime Minister Helen Clark engaged in a hilarious Twitter exchange with a user who tried to call her out over her Waitangi Day attendance.

Former Prime Minister Helen Clark is publicly challenging the Labour-led Government over RNZ's plans to scrap its Concert programme for a more youth-orientated service.

Former New Zealand prime minister Helen Clark is unequivocal when challenged on the pervading doom and gloom about the world

New Zealand’s former prime minister Helen Clark tweeted that the impact of Australian ash on glaciers “is likely to accelerate melting.”

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When NPR asked Helen Clark if people are tired of talking about gender equality, the former prime minister of New Zealand responded: "Well, women aren't tired because we're not there yet."

When NPR asked Helen Clark if people are tired of talking about gender equality, the former prime minister of New Zealand responded: "Well, women aren't tired because we're not there yet."

“Often the feeling is that because we’re remote, we don’t have all the world’s problems. Clearly we do.” Former New Zealand Prime Minister Helen Clark calls for global intelligence services to “step up” surveillance of right-wing extremists following Friday's mass shootings.

Former Prime Minister of New Zealand, Helen Clark, is calling on lawmakers to put politics aside in favour of gun law reform. Read more:

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