Join Marama for an Announcement February 4th

Written By: - Date published: 6:19 am, January 23rd, 2018 - 7 comments
Categories: community democracy, democratic participation, greens - Tags: ,

From the Facebook events page:

As the summer break comes to an end, join Marama and whānau for a special announcement at MIT’s Ngā Kete Wānanga Marae in the heart of South Auckland on Sun 4 Feb.

Marama Davidson is a Green Party MP and the Greens spokesperson for Māori Development, Housing, Disability, Pacific Peoples, Ethnic Affairs, Sports and Recreation, and Auckland Issues.

This is an unmissable whānau-friendly and fun event featuring an incredible line-up of speakers and performers including:

● Jamaine Ross
● Tama Waipara
● Aroha Rawson
● VanCrof
● Zechariah Soakai
● Aigagalefili Fepulea’i Tapua’i
● …and more to be announced!

Kai provided and transport support from Auckland CBD available (info will be posted here soon). Interpreters available for speeches. Gender neutral bathrooms on site and accessible venue.

Put it in your diaries now whānau mā!

Address:
Manukau Institute of Technology
Ōtara North Campus
Gate 12, Ōtara Road, Ōtara

Child-friendly

7 comments on “Join Marama for an Announcement February 4th”

  1. The Chairman 1

    Rather empty in here. Perhaps the coy approach re the subject matter of the announcement is behind the failure to attract interest?

    • Carolyn_Nth 1.1

      Just because people haven’t commented, doesn’t mean people aren’t interested.

      I read it this morning, and entered it as a reminder in my calendar.

      • weka 1.1.1

        “156 going · 497 interested”

        • The Chairman 1.1.1.1

          @ weka

          Do you think if Marama was a little more transparent on the matter more would be interested?

      • The Chairman 1.1.2

        “Just because people haven’t commented, doesn’t mean people aren’t interested.”

        True. However, if there was more to go on perhaps more would have commented and as a result generated more interest.

        • Carolyn_Nth 1.1.2.1

          I suspect it’s about standing for the co-leader position….?

          • The Chairman 1.1.2.1.1

            The Greens have secured a living wage for workers taking part in the new Government’s tree planting scheme?

            I think your guess is more on the money.

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