Source: MIL-OSI Submissions
Source: SAFE NZ
With only two months left until the general election, SAFE has convened a political panel to discuss the most pertinent issues facing animals in Aotearoa New Zealand today.
The panellists will include Hon Damien O’Connor, MP (Labour), Hon David Bennett, MP (National), Gareth Hughes, MP (Greens) and Mark Patterson, MP (NZ First), and the Panel will be chaired by journalist, writer and broadcaster Charlotte Graham-McLay.
The one-hour panel will be held in Wellington on Thursday, 23 July at 7pm. The discussion will cover key animal issues in Aotearoa today, with a focus on intensive animal agriculture.
This event will have a small live audience and will be live-streamed. A recorded version and a highlight reel of the panel discussion will be available post-event. You are welcome to join the audience online and share the event with your networks. This is a free event, but viewers must register to access the live stream at slipstream-safe.tgmedia.nz.
Attendance in person is by invitation only. Journalists are welcome and can RSVP by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org.
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