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2003 Roger Award Nomination Form Online

2003 Roger Award Nomination Form Now Online At CAFCA Website

The nomination form for the 2003 Roger Award for the Worst Transnational Corporation operating in Aotearoa/New Zealand is now online at the CAFCA Website.

It can be found at http://www.cafca.org.nz

Click on "Views, analyses, research", then onto the Roger Award, again at the next Roger Award Link and then the "nomination form" Link. It's a PDF Acrobat file.

You will find the criteria for nomination there. Please note that as the three time winner, Tranz Rail, has been installed as the first occupant of the Hall of Shame, it is no longer eligible for nomination.

Announcements will be made later as to who are the judges, and where and when the event to declare the winner(s) will be held.

Nominations can be sent to CAFCA by post or e-mail at the below addresses, or faxed to (03) 3663988. The deadline is October 31.

Please distribute this through your networks.

As long as the TNCs keep being bastards, we'll keep Rogering them. May the worst man win!

Murray Horton Secretary/Organiser


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