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Young Nationals Conference 2002 "Ambitious For NZ"

Young Nationals Conference 2002 "Ambitious For New Zealand"

NZ Young Nationals will be holding their annual conference in Wellington at Parliament Buildings in the Opposition Caucus Rooms (Room 3-034) on Thursday 21 - Saturday 23 March 2002.

There is a wide range of high quality speakers and ambitious policy debate is expected.

Highlights will include a Ruth Richardson address entitled Redefining Realpolitik, Hon. Richard Prebble MP discussing the First 100 days of the 2002 National/ACT Government and Jenny Shipley on the Role of Young Nationals.

Other speakers include:

Roger Kerr: Chair of the NZ Business Roundtable
Dr David Dickens: Centre for Strategic Defence Studies
Dr Wayne Mapp MP
Simon Power MP
Michelle Boag, President NZ National Party
Allan Johnston Director General NZ National Party

For a detailed agenda including times and speaking slots see www.youngnationals.org.nz

"Young Nationals are looking forward to kicking of the National Party Conference rounds as the Party builds up to Victory 2002," Grant Tyrrell, NZ Young Nationals Chair commented.

"With delegates coming from around the Country this Conference will be a chance for Young Nationals to have final input into youth policy issus and contribute to National's innovative policies for a better New Zealand."


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