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Nicky Hager Speaking Live on Scoop Tonight

Tune in live at our facebook page at 8.45pm tonight Friday 7 April to hear Nicky Hager speak live at Scoop’s Opening the Election event.

Event Details: Scoop ‘Opening The Election’ Forum

All speakers and music acts will be streaming live from 7pm.

There will also be a panel discussion from 8.15pm featuring:
Susan Cullen (Maori Party) Geoff Simmons (TOP), Mike Joy (Massey), Nick Gerritsen (Crispstart), James Bushell (Transparency International NZ), Aaron Packard (350.org), Robert Whitaker (Renters United), Paul Barber (Inequality Network)

This discussion will focus on how we might harness democracy, openness and innovation to move NZ towards where it needs to be to make it a better place to live for us all by 2040?


Please tune in or come along and chip in to support this worthy cause at our crowdfunding page here


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