Press Release – Auckland Disability Law
Members of unions and community organisations will be speaking about their experiences and asking candidates to respond to their questions on: WELFARE, INEQUALITY AND A LIVING WAGE — PUBLIC SERVICES, HEALTH AND EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION — DISABLED …Get along for a fun, fast and furious political debate!
Members of unions and community organisations will be speaking about their experiences and asking candidates to respond to their questions on:
WELFARE, INEQUALITY AND A LIVING WAGE — PUBLIC SERVICES, HEALTH AND EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION — DISABLED PEOPLE’S ISSUES — CARING WORK — ACC and more
Two Auckland Community Election Forums
Please advise of any access, communication or dietary needs when registering. The Kelston venue is wheelchair accessible and there is parking on site. Sign language interpreters have been booked for the Kelston meeting. Please let us know if you require interpreters when you register.
Tuesday 8 November, 7-9pm
Kelston Community Centre, corner Great North and Awaroa Roads, Kelston
MC’d by Jeremy Elwood
Tuesday 15 November, 7-9pm
Trades Hall, 147 Great North Rd, Grey Lynn
MC’d by Michele A’Court
For more information or to register, contact email@example.com
Visit the Facebook page for this event – and please invite your friends!
West Auckland speakers confirmed:
Metiria Turei (Greens)
Carmel Sepuloni (Labour)
Sue Bradford (Mana)
Waihoroi Shortland (Maori Party – tbc)
David Seymour (Act)
Andrew Williams (NZ First)
Central Auckland speakers confirmed:
Denise Roche (Greens)
Jacinda Ardern (Labour)
John Minto (Mana)
David Seymour (Act)
Allen Davies (NZ First)
Brought to you in 5 locations around Aotearoa NZ by a group of unions and community organisations joining together to bring you a fun, fast and furious evening of political debate:
PSA, Carers NZ, People First Inc Nga Tangata Tuatahi, NZ Nurses Organisation, Service and Food Workers Union, FIRST Union, NZ Educational Institute, Auckland Disability Law, ACC Futures Coalition, Disabled People’s Assembly, Beneficiary Advocacy Federation of NZ, Working Women’s Resource Centre, Poverty Action Waikato, and the Wellington Council of Social Services.
Promoted by the PSA, 11 Aurora Tce, Wellington