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Interest-Free Community Bank Promotion


Interest-Free Community Bank Promotion - Eva Stenius National Schedule

The Swedish JAK Bank www.jak.se is a unique community banking initiative. The bank neither charges interest on its loans, nor pays interest on deposits.

The presentations will have wide appeal beyond banking, and be of interest to people working in social enterprise, co-operatives, community business, micro-credit, work and income futures, and enterprise development to name but a few.

Ms Stenius will also conduct workshops for those particularly interested in exploring the JAK model and its applicability in the NZ context. From this we would envisage a project group who would carry out a funded feasibility study.

We are also happy to hear from community and government agencies who may wish to meet with Eva on specific areas of interest to their organisation.

NATIONAL EVENTS SCHEDULE GOLDEN BAY
13 Feb. – Friday 7.30pm Public Presentation. Venue: GB Environment Centre 14 Feb – Saturday 2 - 6pm Workshop on how to establish an interest free community bank. Venue: GB Enviro, Centre, Takaka

NELSON

16 Feb – Monday 4 - 5.30pm Presentation. Venue: Nelson Council Chambers

WELLINGTON 17th Feb –Tuesday 5.30 – 7.30pm Public presentation. Venue: Wellington City Council - Council Committee Room 19th Feb – Thursday 10am – 12.30 Workshop on JAK Model Applicability to New Zealand. Where to from here? Venue: The NEWORK Centre L2, 57 Willis Street 12.30

WAIRARAPA

19th Feb – Thursday 7.30pm Public presentation. Venue: Frank Cody Lounge, Town Hall, Masterton 20th Feb – Friday 9am – 12 Workshop Venue: Frank Cody Lounge, Masterton

AUCKLAND 25th Feb Wednesday EcoShow begins Venue: Alexander Cres, Manukau City Auckland www.ecoshow.co.nz 27th Feb – Friday 10am Workshop – Globalisation: The Money-Go-Round D Kent C Hensch 2.30pm Workshop – Local solutions to Globalisation Helen Dew & Eva Stenius 29th Feb - Sunday EcoShow ends

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