29/6/12: WHAT’S ON IN AOTEAROA – Sat: GI leafleting & Save TV march

Saturday, June 30, 10am, Public Library, Line Road, Glen Innes
Glen Innes Housing Group. Can you help us with letter-boxing leaflets in Glen Innes, Point England and Panmure? Last Saturday 5000 leaflets were distributed in two hours. We plan to finish the job this Saturday morning. Can you help for an hour or two? Meet 10am this Saturday (30 June) outside Public Library, Line Road, Glen Innes. Text Niki on 0272847070 or just turn up.

Saturday, June 30, 4.30pm, from QEII Sq (bottom of Queen St) to St Matthew-in-the-City
SAVE TV 7 march and rally

Tuesday, July 3, 5.30pm, Trades Hall Supper Room, 147, Great North Rd, Grey Lynn
FIRST RUM [Retired Unionists Movement] Auckland Meeting. All friends & prospective members welcome. The bar will be open and I’ll go over what’s happening in the rest of the country then we can discuss how Auckland would like to organise yourselves. Even if [especially if] you’re not a potential RUMster, please let anyone who may be interested know so we can start off in Auckland in the spirit with which we’ll want to continue. Pat Bolster for the CTU.

Tuesday, July 3, 7.30pm, Grey Lynn Community Centre, Richmond Road, Grey Lynn, Auckland
Establishing a Mana Organising Forum for Auckland. Some of the issues Mana is working on in Auckland are: Supporting the Aotearoa is not for sale campaign; Creating pokie-free zones in Auckland; Supporting Pacifika community issues; Stopping the eviction of state tenants and the sale of state houses in Glen Innes. We want to become more involved and effective in community campaigning like this so we are establishing an Organising Forum in Auckland. All Mana supporters are welcome to our first meeting but it is open to anyone who wants to help on these issues whether you are a Mana member or not. Come along and find out more – everyone welcome! (Please circulate widely). Speakers include: Matt McCarten (Mana Strategic Advisor); John Minto (Mana Vice President); Sue Bradford (Auckland Action Against Poverty and Mana Organising Forum Convenor).

Wednesday, July 4, 11am-1pm, Gelnn Innes Primary School, Eastview Rd, Glenn Innes, Auckland
Community Meeting: Defend our communities from Government attacks.

Wednesday, July 4, 7pm, Fale Pasifika, University of Auckland, 20 Wynyard St, Auckland
FAKAKAUKAU DEBATE 2012: “Auckland meets the needs of pacific people.”

Thursday, July 5, 12-4pm, St Stephen’s Church Hall, 65 Jervois Road, Ponsonby, Auckland
LIVING WAGE AOTEAROA NEW ZEALAND: Please join community and faith-based organisations and unions at a meeting to establish the Auckland Living Wage Aotearoa New Zealand coalition. For more information contact: Fala Haulangi: fala.haulangi or call 027 204 6332 www.livingwagenz.org

Friday & Saturday, July 6-8, Wellington.
ENVIRONMENT AND CONSERVATION ORGANISATIONS OF NEW ZEALAND INC. ANNUAL CONFERENCE 6-8 July 2012. Environmental Responsibility: Leadership, Inclusion and Good Governance. Friday 6 July – Saturday 7 July | Salvation Army Citadel, 8 Jessie Street, Wellington Sunday 8 July | Turnbull House, 11 Bowen St, Wellington. Full draft programme and online registration can be found here: eco

Saturday, July 21, 1pm Britomart, Auckland Central
EDUCATION SHOW AND TELL: On Saturday the 21st of July we are taking to the streets for an education ‘show & tell’. We want to creatively show our discontent and tell the truth about attacks on education, through a combination of a traditional protest march and family friendly street theatre. Join us and share the event with your friends.

NATIONAL DAY OF ACTION AGAINST ASSET SALES, JULY 14 2012
Aotearoa New Zealand is STILL not for sale! A NATION-WIDE action is happening on Saturday July 14th, with marches and festivals occurring all around the country to demonstrate the widespread and coordinated public opposition against the sale of our state assets. Saturday July 14 will see a march and people’s festival with stalls and music happening in Auckland from 2pm, meeting at Britomart and marching with defiance up Queen Street to reclaim our streets once more. We will bring the march to Myers Park to enjoy festivities into the late afternoon. We warmly call upon all other areas of Aotearoa New Zealand to organise actions on this day as well, and coordinate with the Auckland group to gain support, inspiration and information. Artists and musicians, please get in contact with us. The following weekend, July 20-22, is the National Party conference in Auckland, which will be met with protest by a range of groups that are angered by the many regressive policies that the Party has been proposing and pushing through Parliament. Keep informed, lend a hand and begin a dialogue. Visit www.aotearoaisnotforsale.com to find out what’s happening, join groups, talk to people around the country and get some support in setting up your own action for July 14. If they take our assets, we will reclaim our streets. We will not be divided like our assets. We will be united, we will not be silenced, we will resist this together.

Sunday, July 15, 1-6pm, Unite Union, 6a western Springs Rd, Kingsland, Auckland
Socialist Aotearoa Teach-in: “Dangerous Ideas”.

Wednesday, July 25, 7.30pm, The Crypt, St Benedict’s Church, Cnr St Benedict’s St & Alex Evans St, Newton, Auckland
Catholic Religious Against Human Trafficking invites you to ‘Out of Sight Out of Mind: Human Trafficking in New Zealand’s Waters?’ Presentation by leading researchers Dr Christina Stringer and Mr Glenn Simmons University of Auckland Business School. “In this presentation, we apply the International Labour Organization and European Commission’s indicators of trafficking in human beings to labour conditions for Indonesian crew working on foreign charter vessels fishing in New Zealand waters. We find that New Zealand is not immune from forced labour trafficking.” Gold Coin donation – to defray expenses

September 27 to October 8, NZ-Venezuela
SOLIDARITY BRIGADE TO VENEZUELA: HALF-PRICE FLIGHTS AVAILABLE FROM AUCKLAND: Join the 2012 Presidential elections brigade to Venezuela. Register now to witness the final election campaign for President Hugo Chavez and observe first-hand a living people’s power revolution. Brigade dates: September 27th – October 8th, 2012. Half-price flights Sydney-Auckland-Venezuela return are currently available through Aerolineas Argentina. The 2012 brigade is the 13th study tour organised by the AVSN. Reports from previous brigades are posted at: brigades or phone Jim McIlroy 0423 741 734, Roberto Jorquera 0425 182 994 or Lisa Macdonald 0413 031 108.

November 9-11. Waihi
REMEMBER WAIHI 9-11 NOV 2012. It will be the 1912 Waihi Gold Miners’ Strike Centenary and Commemoration of the death of Fred Evans. Further details will be coming. Please some of the events for this weekend in this brochure: http://dl.dropbox.com/u/18076151/Remember_Waihi.pdf

December 27 to January 18, NZ-Cuba
XXX SOUTHERN CROSS BRIGADE TO CUBA: Receive warm greetings from Cuban Institute for Friendship with Peoples (ICAP), that every year receives, with great satisfaction, all friends that spontaneously decide to join us in the Southern Cross Brigade of voluntary work and solidarity with Cuba. Main objectives of the brigade are to provide a great deal of knowledge about Cuban reality so that the visitors could understand it as well as to work voluntarily in the agricultural fields in order to help in the development and productivity of the country. The program of the brigade includes visits to historical, cultural and social places. Participants will receive lectures on national and international topics and will also interact with representatives of Cuban organizations and people in general. Each brigade member, at the moment of the arrival, is committed to follow the program and schedule, and also to have a proper behaviour, discipline and social interaction not only in CIJAM but also all over the country. For further communication: Phone numbers (53 7) 838-24 30 / 8335372 / 830-1220 / 834-4544 ext. 15 and Emails: asia.norte , director.dao and amiventas We would be pleased to have you in the XXX Southern Cross Brigade, a beautiful project that ICAP and Australia/New Zealand – Cuba Friendship Societies have proudly maintained since 1983, which has allow to show Cuban reality to more than one thousand people who have taken part in previous brigades as well as to receive their support and deep solidarity. This year program and brigade has a special aim and it is to commemorate 55 anniversary of the triumph of Cuban revolution on January 1st, 2013 and also to celebrate with every participant coming the 30 anniversary of the Southern Cross Brigade visit to Cuba. This is a formal invitation to join the brigade in order to strengthen brotherhood between our peoples. Sincerely yours, Asia and Pacific Division, Cuban Institute for Friendship with Peoples NZ Participants: Email Ina Lawrence inashina for the full programme and any other questions.

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