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Leave No Child Behind

25 May 2004

The Child Poverty Action Group, in association with The Institute of Public Policy, the Public Health Association and University of Auckland Department of General Practice and Primary Health Care

invites you to:

Leave No Child Behind.

Our Fourth Annual Post-Budget Breakfast

The government is promising to attack the money woes of low and middle income families in the 2004 budget.

Will they deliver?

Our veteran experts scrutinise their tactics in the areas of family support, social security, housing and child health, to make sure no child will be forgotten in the planned reforms.

7:30am – 8:45am, 28 May 2004, Old Government House, Waterloo Quadrant, Auckland City.

(pay for an hour’s parking on Princes St anytime before 8am and you’re safe until 9am)

All media welcome RSVP to admin@cpag.org.nz


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