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SOME THINGS ON OF INTEREST IN AUCKLAND

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MIL OSI – Source: Global Peace and Justice Auckland – Release/Statement

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SOME THINGS ON OF INTEREST IN AUCKLAND

Monday, July 24, 5pm, Auckland Trades Hall, 147 Great North Rd, Grey Lynn, Auckland

“The Right Side of the Wall: Reflection on democracy in 2017” with Alan Freeman and Radhika Desai.

Friday, July 28, 5.30pm–8pm, Trades Hall, 147 Great North Road, Grey Lynn.

Come celebrate the Auckland release of For Pete’s Sake* The Political Songs of Peter Conway. Drinks & Nibbles from 5.30pm (cash bar). Music starts 7pm. Koha entry. RSVP to karenn [* CDs will be available for sale – proceeds to UnionAID & Atareira Mental Health Support]

Sunday, August 6, 4pm, Grey Lynn Community Centre, 510 Richmnd Road

We’re delighted that WILPF International president, Kozue Akibayashi will be joining us for our annual commemoration to mark the nuclear bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki in 1945. Kozue will also be speaking at a public meeting before the event. Please note that we are holding both events at the same venue. Sunday 6 August – public meeting, 4-5p.m.; candle ceremony, 5:30-6:30 p.m. Some information about Kozue: As well as being the international president of WILPF, she teaches in the Graduate School of Global Studies at Doshisha University in Osaka, Japan. Her specialised area of research is militarism, militarisation, demilitarisation and decolonisation – looking at those subjects using a gender perspective. She is very knowledgeable about the effects of the US military base in Okinawa, Japan. You can read an interview with Kozue just after she was elected WILPF president in 2015 here:

http://wilpf.org/interview-exclusive-new-president-elected-at-100-year-anniversary-congress/

Sunday Aug 13, 5.30pm, Thirsty Dog, Karangahape Rd, Auckland

Book launch: Johnson, solitary hero of John Mulgan’s 1930s novel Man Alone, fights in the Spanish Civil War, behind German lines in Greece in WWII, then in the industrial war in NZ in the late 1940s. By Dean Parker. Band playing. Great music from 30s, 40s! Which Side Are You On. Bandiera Rossa

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