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Civil Unions: Recognising Difference?

Civil Unions: Recognising Difference or Undermining Tradition?
Cabinet minister Chris Carter, Act MP Stephen Franks, the Maxim Institute’s legal counsel Nicki Taylor and Waikato University School of Law senior lecturer Leah Whiu will discuss civil unions at a university seminar on Monday 15 November.

The event will be held in the PWC foyer and lecture theatre at the Waikato Management School in Hillcrest Rd, with parking and signposting from gate 7. Refreshments are available from 5.30pm while the seminar itself starts at 6pm.

There is no charge for this event. Please RSVP to Janine Pickering

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