2017: Political Year in Prospect

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Morgan Godfery, Mike Munro and Stephanie Rodgers will discuss this topic Thursday 26 January at Connolly Hall, Guildford Terrace, Wellington at 5:30pm for the Fabian Society. All welcome – will be interesting.

Bill English new PM, Greens/Labour MoU, Winston on a roll, Gareth Morgan’s Opportunity Party, Tuku Morgan and Hone Harawira in bed together in the Maori Party – plenty to discuss. If you would like to attend and receive future notices of Fabian events, please register here.

Morgan Godfery is a political commentator, writer and trade unionist based in Wellington. He appears regularly on radio and television. He has authored academic chapters and lectured extensively on Māori politics. He is also the editor of The Interregnum: Rethinking New Zealand, published by Bridget Williams Books (BWB).

Mike Munro is  director of Munro Church Communications Ltd. Six years as Chief Press Secretary to Rt Hon Helen Clark’s Government, two years as the Treasury’s Director of Communications and four years as head of corporate affairs at Todd Corporation has given him an unrivalled network. Half of his 20-year journalism career was spent in the parliamentary press gallery as a political correspondent and political editor.

Stephanie Rodgers is a trade unionist, political organiser and director of public relations firm Piko Consulting. She blogs at https://bootstheory.wordpress.com/

9 comments on “2017: Political Year in Prospect”

  1. Interesting.

    Perhaps here is a pertinent link concerning some of the topics that may be mentioned. Good to keep it in mind if it isn’t , regardless.

    http://charleshughsmith.blogspot.co.nz/2017/01/the-collapse-of-left.html

  2. weka 2

    Don’t suppose there is any chance it could be filmed?

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