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Canon Paul Oestreicher: 'Not in a soldier's name'

Canon Paul Oestreicher: 'Not in a soldier's name'

26 March 2003

Kia ora,

Following on from the interview with Linda Clark on National Radio this morning, Canon Paul Oestreicher's latest article 'Not in a soldier's name' (published in the Guardian on 22 March 2003) is now available on the PMA web site at http://www.converge.org.nz/pma/pauloes.htm

And a reminder to people in Wellington that Paul will be speaking at St Andrews on the Terrace on Friday night (see listing below).

* Friday, 28 March

'Whose war is it anyway?'

a rare opportunity to hear Paul Oestreicher - Canon Emeritus and Director of Centre for International Reconciliation at Coventry Cathedral (retired), founding Chair of Amnesty International, Vice President CND, and a lifetime worker for peace and social justice - speaking about the new war on the people of Iraq.

From 6pm to 7-30pm, at St Andrews on the Terrace, 30 The Terrace, Wellington. Organised by Peace Movement Aotearoa, in conjunction with St Andrews. For more information please contact Peace Movement Aotearoa tel (04) 382 8129, email pma@xtra.co.nz


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Peace Movement Aotearoa
the national networking peace organisation
PO Box 9314, Wellington, Aotearoa/New Zealand
Tel +64 4 382 8129, fax 382 8173 email pma@xtra.co.nz
PMA website - http://www.converge.org.nz/pma/
Not in Our Name - http://www.converge.org.nz/pma/nionnz.htm
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