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Pacific Women's Watch (NZ): #MeToo panel discussion

February 16, 2018 at 11:30 AM

Greetings to Friends and Supporters

PWW-NZ is excited to host its first event of 2018: #MeToo panel discussion

Speakers include Jackie Blue (Equal Employment Opportunities Commissioner), Dr Octavia Calder-Dawe (feminist social psychologist) and Debbie Tohill (Executive Director at Rape Prevention Education)


When: 22nd February from 6:30pm

Where: E tū Office. 1st Floor, Building 2. 646 Great South Road. Ellerslie


Gold coin donation to support "United We Stand - Rewa - Waka of Caring", caring for people experiencing homelessness in South Auckland

Please see flyer attached.


Kind regards

Christine King
President PWW-NZ

Pacific Women's Watch - New Zealand

Working for Gender Justice

Category: Events