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Fourth Mary Dreaver Memorial Lecture

November 05, 2015 at 4:56 PM

Fourth  Mary Dreaver Memorial Lecture

Violence against women - What will it take to eliminate it? Personal perspectives from two  champions against violence Heather Henare Louise Nicholas. Hosted by Carol Beaumont  and Maungakiekie LEC.

When: Saturday 14th November 2015, 3pm

Where: Ellen Melville Pioneer Women Hall High Street and Freyberg Place Auckland CBD

Cost $40 waged, $25 unwaged


See the attached flyer for more information