Jacinda Ardern quotes talk about how she approached the challenges of the terror attack of 2019 and the COVID-19 pandemic that affected her country. Her quotes dealt with some of the most trying times a leader could face and also had to deal with an erupting volcano that claimed the lives of some individuals, statements about that eruption are also in her quotes. She said she was a feminist, Angela Davis, and Gloria Steinem are also feminists and you can find quotes by them on this website. Below are a number of Jacinda Ardern quotes to read about.
“( Level three) is not and can not be returned to pre-Covid-19 life, that day will come, but it is not here yet."
“This is where we can take action and that is why we have."
“New Zealand is about to enter a very tough winter."
“We will do all we can to ensure we fight the economic impacts of the virus in the same way we did the health threat, with unity, with fast support, by looking after each other."
“Projections suggest our economic shock could be sharp, but hopefully short."
“New Zealanders deserve a positive election, i don't want New Zealand to fall into the trap of the negative fake news style campaigns that have taken place overseas in recent years."
“The whole nation, but particularly the Muslim community, has been spared a trial that could have acted as a platform."
“One that is free from misinformation, where people can make honest reflections for themselves about what they want for the future of New Zealand."
“If an ad appears in your Facebook feed you should know who it's from and why you were targeted. By being transparent about who is behind ads there is likely to be a flow-on effect of parties ensuring they are accurate too."
“There remains now questions to be asked and questions to be answered."
“APEC in 2021 will still be held in Auckland... there is no question there."
“This is a global challenge, of course we can do what we can to defeat acts of hatred, violence and racism in our own domestic areas. But, as an international community, we should also be united against acts of hatred, violence and terrorism."
“Technology is moving quite quickly. We may not have all of the responses we need now, but we need to work on them and we need to work together, that's why this call to action is not just about regulation, but instead about bringing companies to the table [ and saying ] you have a role too and we have expectations of you."
“When it came to the way this attack was specifically designed to be broadcast and to go viral,( responding) to that needed a global solution, so that was why we immediately got in contact with international counterparts."
“We've built a practical consensus across government that creates a plan for the next 30 years, which provides the certainty industries need to get in front of this challenge."
Jacinda Ardern Biography
Jacinda Kate Laurell Ardern is a politician who has served New Zealand from 2008. She is currently serving as the 40th Prime Minister of New Zealand and the leader of the Labour Party since 2017. Ardern was born in July 26, 1980, and was 39 years of age at the time of this publication. She is known for both her empathy and strength which are exhibited when necessary. She is among a shortlist of women who have become prime ministers of vast countries, a list that includes Margaret Thatcher.
Jacinda Ardern Facts
Jacinda Ardern facts are quite impressive as she became the youngest ever female to lead a government at age 37 years. She has called herself a feminist, simply put she supports feminism. Ardern is known for being very caring in her approach to issues that affected her country, this was evident with COVID-19, the volcano eruption and the Mosque terror attack.