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Urgent ! Auckland people ! - Fiji Peace Protests

Urgent ! Auckland people


~ FRI, 30 June - Coalition for Democracy in Fiji, Solidarity March, assemble at 6 pm in QE Square for a march to Aotea Square. Trade Union/ CDF and political party speakers at the concluding rally.


~ SAT, 1 July - Coalition for Democracy in Fiji Seminar: 9am - Welcome, Chairperson: Dr Bill Hodge, Associate Professor of Law, University of Auckland; 9-15am - History of Fiji and Fijian society, Ms Teresa Koroi, Assistant Lecturer in Political Studies & Graduate student, University of Auckland; 10am - The 1997 Constitution, Sir Paul Reeves, Former Governor-General of New Zealand and Chairman, Fiji Constitution Review Commission, 1996; 10-45am - Morning Tea; 11-00am - Lomaniviti: Building on patriotism, Ms Teresea Teaiwa, Lecturer in Pacific Studies, Victoria University of Wellington; 11-45am - Contemporary economy of Fiji, Ms Maya Wati, Sociology student, University of Auckland; 12-30 pm - International Solidarity, Ross Wilson, President, NZ Council of Trade Unions. Free entry. The seminar will be in Lecture Theatre B28, Library Building, The University of Auckland. Contacts: Nik Naidu, (09) 849 8273, or Philip Rama, (04) 373 7599 x 5208,


Peace Movement Aotearoa the national networking group for peace people PO Box 9314, Wellington, Aotearoa / New Zealand. tel +64 4 382 8129, fax 382 8173, website < http://www.converge.org.nz/pma/> Internet Peace Gateway http://www.peace.org.nz


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