Living Economies Expo

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Living Economies Expo Friday 31 March to Sunday 2 April 2017, Lyttelton

Imagine a country which respects the living planet; whose people enjoy fair land tenure, good housing, good health, wholesome food, a rewarding livelihood, free education, a compassionate justice system, and an adequate income: a country with an inclusive democracy grounded in vibrant communities.

This could be Aotearoa New Zealand – together, we can make this vision a reality.

The Living Economies Expo is an event recognising the interconnection of all major global issues around the driving force of our dysfunctional debt-based money system. The event will showcase examples of people doing things differently, creating healthy solutions, demonstrating what is possible, what gives hope and direction to our communities and country. Through the momentum of this event we hope to seed systemic change.

Join us at Lyttelton Recreation Centre and Lyttelton Primary School.

Local and international speaker bios and programme information here.

2 comments on “Living Economies Expo”

  1. greywarshark 1

    Is this from Gulliver’s Travels: The Sequel?

  2. Tamati Tautuhi 2

    New Zealand wasn’t too bad in the 1960’s-1970’s until the mad man Muldoon got hold of the purse strings, then we had Rogernomics to really put the boot into the working classes, along with the deeply discounted/fire sales of State Assets.

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