Claire is the Programmes + Operations Manager at the NZ Society of Authors Te Puni Kaituhi O Aotearoa (PEN NZ Inc) . She oversees NZSA programmes, awards and key services. At the core of NZSA are its programmes and awards and Claire facilitates the smooth running of these - including management of the selection process, publicising the programmes and ensuring these programmes and awards themselves remain vital. Claire manages the authors.org.nz website and oversees membership systems, communication and other services. She is in regular contact with NZSA's members. She is a writer and editor with a BA in Media Studies. Claire was managing editor and designer of School's Out! magazine for six years and has worked on publications such as Te Rau Mata, Speak2Me, Go See Discover and AA Traveller. She co-edited Beyond the Free Market (Dunmore 2014) and works across platforms including websites, print and Ebooks.
- Adult Non-Fiction
- Business Writing
- Freelance Writer
- Ghost Writing
- Web Writing
- Freelance Writing
- Ghost Writing
- Print Media Writing (magazines/newspapers)
- Website Content
Beyond the Free Market: Rebuilding a just society in New Zealand
Author(s): Edited by David Cooke, Claire Hill, Pat Baskett & Ruth Irwin. Beyond the Free Market is essential reading for all those who seek to live in a society built on humanitarian concerns. It is a searching analysis of the changes wrought by market-based economics in New Zealand society of the last thirty years. It presents appropriate strategies to enable us to re-establish a society based on more equal access to resources. The contributors are well informed commentators – activists, journalists and academics. Their brief, accessible chapters range across critical topics such as work, education, health, welfare, trade and climate change. Written in plain, non-technical language, the book describes and explores the ways in which market-based economics now dominates in New Zealand. Beyond the Free Market: Rebuilding A Just Society in New Zealand will appeal to a wide cross-section of readers: academics and students, trade unions and workers, social activists, NGOs, churches and all concerned with social justice.