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Friday, April 22, 2005


Two things you should go to: decolonisation dialogue nite on this monday, 25th april @ 128 abel smith 6:30pm topic is 'talking decol with our relations' (whanau/people we're close to) see yous there arc and Meeting: Child Poverty Panel Time: 7:30pm Date: Thursday 28 April 2005 Venue: Newtown School Hall, Mein Street, Newtown Panel: Sue Bradford - Green Party MP Sue is a Green Party Member of Parliament with portfolio responsibilities including Children’s Issues, Community and Voluntary Sector, Disability, Housing and Social Services. Sue is a mother of 5 children and has been campaigning for a Universal Child Benefit for some time, including with her own Private Members Bill. Annie Judkins - GP at Newtown Union Health Service. Annie is part of a multi disciplinary team-based Primary Health Care Service. Her special interests are Child and Maternal Health, and IT in Primary Health Care. Her current projects are Vitamin D deficiency and the SECPHO Eczema Skin Care Project. Mike Coleman - on Every Child Counts project team. Every Child Counts is a new coalition of organisations and concerned citizens who are campaigning to encourage all political parties to put children at the centre of their policies. Its key policy is that children and families must be central to policy development and implementation if New Zealand is to thrive socially and economically. Placing children and families as the centre of policy will lead to: fewer children growing up in poverty, fewer children growing up experiencing violence and public policy being more child and family centred. It will also be an opportunity to meet Luci Highfield - the Green Party candidate in the Rongotai electorate for the coming general election. Luci will be chairing this meeting.


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