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Jane Kelsey Speaking Dates - South Island

Public Meetings -
Organised by Arena (Action, Research and Education Network of Aotearoa
:
The Nothing is Inevitable Tour

Christchurch
21st February, Wednesday @ 7.30pm
Knox Hall (Cnr Victoria St and Bealey Ave)

"After Seattle: What Now? Aotearoa New Zealand and the Global Free Market
Economy:

With Dr Jane Kelsey, author of The NZ Experiment and Professor of Law,
University of Auckland.
Organised by Arena (Action, Research & Education Network of Aotearoa) and
GATT Watchdog. Phone (03)3812951 or 3662803 for more details. Email:
arena.nz@clear.net.nz


Timaru
22nd February, Thursday @ 7.30pm
Trade Union Centre, 56 Banks Street, Timaru
"Who Pays for "Free Trade"? Timaru in the Global Free Market Economy"

With Dr Jane Kelsey, author of The NZ Experiment and Professor of Law,
University of Auckland.
Organised by Arena (Action, Research & Education Network of Aotearoa),
GATT Watchdog and Service and Food Workers Union (Southern) Phone 6886946
or (03) 3812951 for more details. Email: arena.nz@clear.net.nz


Nelson
Friday 23 February 2001 @ 7.30pm
St Johns Methodist Church Hall
Hardy Street, Nelson

"Who Pays for 'Free Trade'? Nelson in the Global Free Market Economy"
With Dr Jane Kelsey, author of The NZ Experiment and Professor of Law,
University of Auckland Maxine Gay, former President Trade Union
Federation, recently returned from anti World Economic Forum activities in
Davos, Switzerland, and a report from the Nelson Waterside Workers Union
on the struggle against local job loss and casualisation.

Organised by Arena (Action, Research & Education Network of Aotearoa) and
NAG. Phone (03) 3812951 for more details. Email arena.nz@clear.net.nz

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