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Minister to host public meeting with Anita Roddick

22 February 2002

Advance Media Advisory

Minister to host public meeting with Anita Roddick


Laila Harré will be hosting a public meeting with Anita Roddick, founder of the Body Shop, on Wednesday March 13th at the Auckland Girls Grammar School Auditorium.

Phillida Bunkle MP, Alliance Health and Environment spokesperson, will also host a public meeting with Anita on Tuesday March 12th at the Victoria University Memorial Theatre.

Anita Roddick will be in New Zealand to promote her new book Take It Personally: How Globalization Affects You and Powerful Ways to Challenge it.

The book includes contributions from Noami Klein, Ralph Nader, Aung San Suu Kyi, Paul Hawken and David Korten.

Media are welcome to attend. Laila and Phillida will make short introductory speeches and Anita Roddick will be available for 30 minutes following the meeting for any media interviews.

Anita Roddick Public Meetings hosted by Laila Harré and Phillida Bunkle

Wellington (with Phillida) 12 noon
Tuesday 12 March
Memorial Theatre
Student Union Complex
Victoria University

Auckland (with Laila) 7pm
Wednesday 13 March
Auckland Girls Grammar School Auditorium
Howe Street
Auckland


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