Invite: Student hardship report launch & panel discussion 3 Aug

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The Auckland report launch of:

Laybying our Future: The State of Student Hardship in New Zealand

When

Wednesday August 3, 2016 from 5:00 PM to 6:00 PM NZST

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Where
Case Room 223, Business School

Owen G Glenn Building
12 Grafton Road
Auckland
New Zealand

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I can’t make it
Can’t make it to the launch??

If you can’t make to the event but are interested in downloading or sharing this report, head over to our publications website where we will upload it on 3rd August.

OR keep an eye out on Facebook where we will be posting the link.

CPAG invites you to attend our latest Auckland report launch of "Laybying our future: The state of student hardship in New Zealand"
The report is written by Master’s student Max Lin, and takes a look at the challenges faced by tertiary students today.
While the primary focus of CPAG is on children under 18 who are living below the poverty line, we know that childhood poverty can have an effect on educational outcomes in later life, and can impact upon those who strive to obtain higher qualifications. Some tertiary students are also parents of young children, so it is important to consider how a range of student groups can be disadvantaged by current policies.
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Speakers
Max Lin – Max Lin is the author of this report who has undertaken this project with the assistance of Child Poverty Action Group. He is currently a Masters of Arts student in Politics and International Relations. He has a strong background in student advocacy, having served in various roles in student groups at the University of Auckland.
Panelists
Sian Robertson- Sian Robertson is a student of linguistics and languages at University of Auckland. She writes for the Daily Blog and is also an organiser for the NZ Palestine Solidarity Network. Sian provides a student perspective on this panel.
Jenny Salesa MP – Jenny is the MP for Manukau East and Labour’s Association Education Spokesperson. Jenny has 20 years’ experience in policy, as a health specialist, as a funder and senior official in the Health and Education sectors. Jenny was formerly the Principal Advisor Pacific at the Tertiary Education Commission.
Additional panel speakers TBC

We hope to see you there.

Sincerely,

The CPAG Team

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