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North Shore's International Women's Day Breakfast 2015

February 19, 2015 at 11:03 AM

2015 International Women’s Day - Breakfast on the Shore
Friday 6 March, 6.45am for 7am – 8.30am

Milford Cruising Club,
24 Craig Rd, 
North Shore

Guest Speaker: 
Susan St John PhD, MA (Hons), BSc, QSO;
Associate Professor Economics University of Auckland;
Co-Director Retirement Policy and Research Centre;
Economics advisor to Child Poverty Action Group
will discuss:
Social policy issues that affect women

Please see the attached flyer for more information including purchasing tickets

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