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Family Court Feedback

March 11, 2013 at 9:15 AM

Lianne DALZIEL
Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Spokesperson
MP for Christchurch East

9 March 2013

SPEECH

International Women’s Day: Evidence-based Policy and the Voice of Women

Manukau Branch National Council of Women
Salvation Army Centre, Bakerfield Pl, Manukau City
Auckland
7.45am

Thank you for inviting me to address you today in recognition of the fact that yesterday was International Women’s Day.  Read more at Evidence-based Policy and the Voice of Women



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