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Anarchy Aotearoa Conference

20 October 2004

Anarchy Aotearoa is proud to announce the upcoming @ conference to be held on labour weekend, Christchurch, New Zealand. Billed for those "Sick of green reformist politics" the organizers have given the assurance that it will not be another one of the "bullshit talkfests". The program includes practical topics such as workplace organization, running an infoshop as well as tips and discussion on general organization, strategy and creating a movement as well as much, much more.

Free accommodation is available and the cost is cheap, only $20 for waged participants and $15 unwaged. However, we need people to register now in order for the final details to be finalized. You can find the registration forms or more information the conference website: http://a-gathering.anarchism.org.nz

The Basics: Date: 6th & 7th November, 2004. Running from 9.30am - 6pm both days.
Venue: WEA, 59 Gloucester St, Christchurch (easy walk from central city).
Accommodation: Plenty of free accommodation available, see below.
Food: Lunch and dinner available on the Saturday, lunch available on the Sunday.
Childcare: Available, but please advise us ahead of time.
Entertainment: Sorted. Saturday night party at the Media Club, gold coin koha.


Cost: $15 unwaged, $20 waged (let us know if this is going to be an issue and we can sort something out).

ENDS

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