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Wellington Anti-WTO Actions for November 9

9 November 2001 is a Global Day of Action against the World Trade Organisation that begins its Ministerial Meeting in Qatar.

Here in Wellington we will take part in a Carnival against Capitalism to protest about both global and local issues to draw the connections between the problems that we face at home and the world-wide injustices created by capitalism. This day is a chance for anyone who believes that people are more important than profit to join together.

Different organisations are taking responsibility for different activities on the day. Join us for a day of fun, action and alternatives.

12:00: CTU Rally @ Midland Park

12:30: Anti-Militarism Demo @ Midland Par moving to Ministry of Defence to protest NZ involvement in Afghanistan

1:30: Demonstration Against Free Trade Agreements @ Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade, the Terrace

3:00: GE Free demonstration @ Cuba Mall

4:00: Reclaim the Streets - anti-bypass action @ Upper Cuba St.

BRING: Drums and noise makers, your musical/performer friends, your tone-deaf enthusiastic friends, tape decks and tapes, CDs for Reclaim the Streets party (suitably revolutionary dance music of any description), chalk, confetti, costumes/white overalls, home-made placards/banners etc, recording devices (photo, audio, video), yourself and your friends.


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