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Agenda For Deaf & Disabled People’s March

Agenda For Deaf & Disabled People’s March To Parliament

Tue. 28th May 2002

11.00am Assemble Frank Kitts Park, Jervois Quay, Wellington
Signing of Thank You cards for Ruth Dyson and Paul Swain


March to Parliament

12.30pm Deaf Theatre performance

1.00pm Speeches: Kim Robinson
Victoria Manning

Victoria and Kim to present Thank You cards to Ruth and Paul

1.15 Speeches: Ruth Dyson

1.20 Paul Swain

(? Helen Clark)

1.25 Rosslyn Noonan, Chief Human Rights Commissioner

1.30 Deaf Association

1.35 DPA

1.40 Head into Parliament:
Hon. Paul Swain, Minister of Communication, and Hon Ruth Dyson, Minister for Disability Issues, in conjunction with Kim and Victoria invite you to Parliament to observe their question time.
Limit 35 seats
Dress code: Collar, tie and jacket for men. Similar tidy attire for women

2.00pm Parliament Question Time (Sign Language Interpreters)

Human Rights Commission (by invitation)
7pm - ?
Wellington Deaf Society
Open to all :)

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