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Ladies in the House 2.0 – 2014 Candidates Forum
Ask the candidates how they/their parties would address issues that matter to you most. Think social justice, trans*, health and wellbeing, equal pay, and immigrant/tau iwi women’s issues.

Who: Paul Foster-Bell (National), Jan Logie (Greens), Grant Robertson (Labour), and Heleyni Pratley (Mana).
When: 6–7.30 pm, 23 July
Where: St John’s in the City, 170 Willis St, Te Aro
www.facebook.com/events/730149240375558

 

Panel Discussion on Abortion Law Reform – Part One
Covering the history of abortion law in New Zealand, the realities of access to abortion in New Zealand, and the climate for law reform.

Who: Dame Margaret Sparrow, Alison McCulloch and Jessie Lipscombe.
When: 5.30 pm, 24 July
Where: SU309/310, Kelburn Campus
www.facebook.com/events/258099251052271

 

Wellington Rape Crisis Annual General Meeting
Please RSVP to office@wellingtonrapecrisis.org.nz by Monday 21 July for catering purposes.

Who: Hayley Adams (Project Coordinator for the Who Are You? Safer Bars Pilot Project and Sexual Abuse Prevention Network) and Talia Shadwell of Fairfax Media.
When: 6 pm, 24 July
Where: Wellington Chocolate Factory, 5 Eva St, Te Aro.
www.facebook.com/events/253286568212969

 

The Women’s Debate
Here, female MPs debate issues for women as we head into the 2014 General Election.

Who: Carol Beaumont (Labour), Jo Goodhew (National), Jan Logie (Greens), Tariana Turia (Māori Party), and Tracey Martin (NZ First).
When: Refreshments from 5.30, debate 6–8.15 pm, 29 July
Where: Lecture Theatre 1, Rutherford House
www.facebook.com/events/695673223833428

 

Panel Discussion on Abortion Law Reform – Part Two (Politics)
Following the first panel, focussing on the political climate for abortion-law reform.

Who: Jan Logie (Green Party) and Carol Beaumont (Labour Party).
When: 5.30 pm, 31 July
Where: SU217, Kelburn Campus
www.facebook.com/events/726272544103496

 

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