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Wellington Women's Centre Liquidation

Wellington Women's Centre Liquidation

: Wellington Women's Centre

General Meeting for Confirmation of Liquidation

6.30pm Monday 30th July

To be held in the Large Room at the Women's Centre Called in accordance with s15(b) of the Wellington Women's Centre Constitution.

Agenda: A decision must be made for the future of the incorporated status of the current Women's Centre. Either to confirm the earlier decision to liquidate the Incorporated Society, or if enough women in the public come forward wishing to be Core Group members they are elected so and continue the running of the Society.

Also at this meeting the Current Tenants will present a statement of how they intend to continue occupying and operating out of the space.

In the Meantime.

What's not happening at the moment?

* The Women's Centre Coordinator
* Computer
* Drop-in cup of tea space
* Photocopier

What's still happening?


* The space remains Women Only

Downstairs
* Mothers Network
* Women's Refuge
* Law Centre free legal advice Mondays 12.30-1.30
* Free clothing swap
* Large meeting room space for community groups
* Public noticeboards

Upstairs
* Vicki Pollock Massage Therapist
* Women's Health Collective
* Women's Loan Fund
* Wellington Independent Rape Crisis

All Women are welcome at the meeting. For further information please do not hesitate to call the Women's Centre on 04 499 1401, or Amy or Laura at Wellington Independent Rape Crisis on 04 473 5358.

ENDS

Dayna Berghan National Women's Rights Officer N Z University Students' Association Ph:(04) 498 2500 Fax:(04) 473 2391 Cell (025) 991 867 P.O. Box 10191, Wellington New Zealand http://groups.yahoo.com/group/tertiary_womens_focus_group http://groups.yahoo.com/group/UniQnz

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