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No Equality Without Diversity - Panel discussions and book launch

March 02, 2017 at 5:47 PM

*From the New Zealand Family Violence Clearinghouse*

When: Friday 10 March 2017, 9.30am-1pm.

Where: Mt Albert War Memorial Hall, 773 New North Road, Mt Albert, Auckland.

Organised by Shakti Youth

FreeRSVP required

Shakti will be marking International Women’s Day this year on the 10th of March with the message “No Equality Without Diversity” at Mt Albert War Memorial Hall.

Shaki invites you to join Shakti in solidarity over a catered brunch. The Shakti Youth Unit will be launching the “Break Free” handbook for migrant and refugee youth experiencing family violence, a first of its kind in New Zealand.

This event will also feature two panel discussions, one with researchers, followed by a cross-Party panel on the theme of “No Equality Without Diversity.”

This event is supported by: Pacific Women's Watch, Multicultural Council NZ, Ethnix Links and Auckland Women's Centre.

More information and updates on Facebook

Information about other International Women's Day events around Aotearoa

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