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Last call for Anarchy Aotearoa-NZ conference

Last call for Anarchy Aotearoa-New Zealand conference 6th & 7th November, 2004

Anarchy Aotearoa http://a-gathering.anarchism.org.nz/ is proud to announce the upcoming @ conference to be held on Nov 6-7 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 http://a-gathering.anarchism.org.nz/timetable.htm 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 http://a-gathering.anarchism.org.nz/registration.htm now in order for the final details to be finalized. Registration http://a-gathering.anarchism.org.nz/registration.htm forms can be found here, or alternatively for more information check out 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).

Link: http://a-gathering.anarchism.org.nz/ Source: http://www.anarchism.org.nz Forums: http://www.anarchism.org.nz/forum/69

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