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Pacific Women's Watch NZ Annual One Day Conference

August 17, 2017 at 3:14 PM

Dear friends and supporters,

Pacific Women's Watch NZ annual one day conference is fast approaching - 9am - 4pm, Saturday 9 September at the CCS Rooms in Royal Oak. See attached flyer with further details shortly

The conference theme this year is  Impact of colonisation on empowerment of NZ Indigenous women.

This is the event we planned for presentation at CSW61 New York March 2017, which unfortunately was cancelled when a severe snow storm shut the city down. 

The topic is of great interest here at home so we invite you join the conversation with us. We will have a keynote speaker and panel discussion followed by workshops for us to explore the issues further.

Save the date and watch out for further details and registration coming shortly

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With best wishes,

Christine KIng

President PWW-NZ

New Zealand Women's Watch
www.pacificwomenswatch.org.nz

Working for Gender Justice



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