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Help is still needed to distribute posters and leaflets. If you can help please contact:For Leaflets – Nicholas 8464896: For Posters – John Minto mailto:jbminto@xtra.co.nz. The poster is also available on our website in PDF format to print and distribute. Go to http://www.gpja.pl.net or directly to: http://gpja.pl.net/sub/Education/Iraq%20Publicity/Oct26Poster.pdf

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Our regular forum is the first Monday of the month. We also have a couple of special forums next week we are helping organise. They are all at the Trades Hall, 147 Great North Rd, Grey Lynn.

- 7.30pm, Monday, October 21: “Why I refused to serve in the Israeli army” with Rotem Dan Mor. This forum is on the same evening as TVI One is showing a documentary by John Pilger called "Palestine is still the issue". The documentary so we will be shown at the forum as well.

- 6.00pm, Friday, October 25: “Think and Drink Evening” with Terry Bell, a Cape Town-based freelance writer, columnist and editor who was banned and in exile from South Africa for 27 years. Organised with the Working Women's Resource Centre

- 7.30pm, Monday, November 4: The WTO, Gatts and Privatisation”. Hear Jane Kelsey (ARENA), Penny Bright (Water Pressure Group) and others.


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