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On Newshub Nation this weekend

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The #MeToo movement has arrived in New Zealand, with the law sector in particular under fire over claims of widespread sexual harassment and bullying. We look at the extent of the problem and what's being done to fix it. We'll be joined by a special panel of guests: Kathryn Beck from the NZ Law Society; former lawyer Olivia Wensley, who gave up the law after years of harassment; Elizabeth Hall from the Criminal Bar Association; and Jackie Blue from the Human Rights Commission.

We're then joined by Jan Logie, Parliamentary Under-Secretary to the Minister of Justice, to find out what the Government is doing to address the problem.

Plus, reporter Mike Wesley-Smith speaks to author and international education adviser Sir Ken Robinson about why he thinks modern education systems are failing our kids.

And we're joined by our panel to discuss all that plus more political news of the week - Jenna Raeburn from government relations firm Barton Deakin; former MP Laila Harre; and The Spinoff managing editor Duncan Greive.

The Nation on TV3, 9.30am Saturday, 10am Sunday. Proudly brought to you by New Zealand on Air’s Platinum Fund.

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