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Social Justice in our Communities Conference

Social Justice in our Communities Conference

Christchurch
23/24 October (Pre-Labour Weekend) 2014

Registrations for this conference are now open. The conference kaupapa "social Justice" and how we build and sustain it in our communities is critical to how socially just organisations work with and alongside of their members. This conference will reinvigorate your desire for justice and build your strengths in applying this to your work and your advocacy at a local level.

The Conference is on the Thursday and Friday immediately before Labour Weekend
BOOK YOUR TRAVEL EARLY

So while some of you may stay to enjoy Christchurch and Canterbury over the long weekend - others will have different plans. In order to get affordable flights please book early. It would be sad if the costs of flights meant you could not attend so register and book your travel early!

We look forward to seeing you there,

Nga mihi ki a koutou katoa,

Trevor McGlinchey Ros Rice
NZ Council of Christian Social Services Community Networks Aotearoa
formerly (NZCOSS)

Register now at www.socialjustice.org.nz

ENDS

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