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Robson Peace Tour Continues!

29th September 2001

The National Give Peace A Chance Tour, organised by Staunch Alliance, hits Wellington and Dunedin this week, giving students their last chance to hear Matt Robson, Alliance MP and Minister of Disarmament, speaking on war, peace, nukes and terrorism.

"Matt's great reception by students in the north has been very encouraging," said Julie Fairey, National Co-Spokesperson for Staunch Alliance, the youth and student wing of the Alliance Party. "As war seems more and more likely it is heartening to see such a strong commitment to peace, from both Matt and students."

This week's forums are:

Victoria University

Tuesday October 2nd

1pm in Upper Common Room

Student Union Complex

Contact: Anna Sutherland

Ph 04 971 3115

Email anna.sutherland@alliance.org.nz

And

Otago University

Friday October 5th

1pm in Main Common Room,

Student Union Building

Contact: Mark Ryan

Phone 025 918 138

Due to Mr Robson's Courts Bill coming before the House on Thursday October 4th, his engagement at Canterbury University has unfortunately had to be cancelled.

Contact:

Julie Fairey

National Staunch Co-Spokesperson

Ph 09 845 5242

Email julie@staunch.org.nz

Check out our website! Still under some construction but well worth a gander:

www.staunch.org.nz


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