Reminder: Fabians Auckland seminar today

Written By: - Date published: 7:57 am, March 14th, 2010 - 1 comment
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As previously posted, there is a Auckland seminar running this afternoon on options for the future direction of the New Zealand economy. Bold Choices for a Better Future is the provocative first seminar in the Resilient Economy Series, entailing a pragmatic 360Ëš view of the economy, its problems and their possible solutions.

The seminar will feature notable contributions from Ganesh Nana, Rod Oram, John Walley and Selwyn Pellett. There will also be an opportunity for you to participate. Go along and argue in real life about some of the same issues that are argued over here.

Online registration for the Auckland seminar or I suspect that you can just turn up at..

: March 14th, 2010 12:30 PM through   4:30 PM
:
6 Harrison Rd
New Zealand College of Chiropractic
Mt Wellington
Auckland,
New Zealand

There will be later seminars. A Wellington seminar on Sunday March 28th, or the Christchurch seminar on April 18th.

One comment on “Reminder: Fabians Auckland seminar today”

  1. Jenny 1

    Kia ora Lynn, any chance that you might be able to post a report on the Fabian Society seminar?

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