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Reclaiming our Herstory: New Zealand women and World War I

April 08, 2015 at 6:37 PM

Reclaiming our herstory: New Zealand women and World War I

Sunday April 12, 9.30am - 4pm,
Ferndale House, 830 New North Road, Mt Albert.

Speakers include Sandra Coney and Jane Tolerton

This is a special event for women to consider war and peace, the WWI commemorations
and our place in history. Great speakers, panels and cultural performances.

Programme includes morning and afternoon tea; lunch available with koha

Tickets $10 at - or see live link on poster flyer;
there will be limited cash-only door sales

Organised by the Women’s Studies Assocation (NZ)
with support from WW100 Commemoration Fund. 

Please see the attached flyer for more information.

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