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Refuge Symposium on Women and Children

April 24, 2014 at 8:46 AM

When:    Friday 4th of July

Where:   Western Springs Community Hall, 956 Great North Road.


Two years ago Refuge held a Symposium on the status of women and children in New Zealand.  This year they are holding another, this time in Auckland.  There is only a moderate fee for this one-day Symposium ($50). This will be a great opportunity for NGO and government reps from across the social sector to hear lead speakers, network and discuss important issues that face our women and children.


For more information on the symposium including how to register, see the attached flyer.

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