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Prof Jane Kelsey - The TPPA End-game

Prof Jane Kelsey - The TPPA End-game - Wednesday March 4 Connolly Hall Wellington 5:30pm

The TPPA is nearing crunch time and I would like to invite you to hear Professor Jane Kelsey provide an update on Wednesday March 4th at 5:30pm at Connolly Hall, Guildford Terrace, Wellington.There is a National Day of Action planned for Saturday March 7th - more details to follow. Please note these dates are a correction to some in my previous email - my apologies for the error.

All welcome. If you would like to attend, please register here. If you know of anyone else who might like to come, please pass on this invitation.

What can we do?

People often ask "What can we do?" at Fabian events - Mary Busch has made a suggestion that we can support all the organisations and groups that are trying to combat the effects of the various issues raised by our presenters. At our next event we will have a bulletin board with contacts for some of these organisations. Anyone attending is also welcome to bring their information for posting on the board as well.

Sir Edmund Thomas - The Enduring Legacy of Neo-Liberalism

Sir Ted's speech is now up on the Fabian website in the Publications Section - MP3 podcast and textversions.

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