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Nationwide Post Budget Breakfast Events 2018

*** Live stream video details ***

Livestreaming of Auckland event will be available from 12pm on Friday 18th May 

Visit our CPAG FB page for more details on the day.

18  May - Wellington - Auckland - Christchurch - 

23 May -Whangarei, Nelson & Tasman

Wellington - 18 May - The Boat Shed - 7.15am

CPAG and PHA Wellington Post Budget Breakfast - is the tide turning?

Event has reached capacity.Please email admin@cpag.org.nz to go on the waiting list. 

Find out more EVENT info or download the poster here
Time: 7.15 ( breakfast at 7.15am, speakers start at 7.30am). End time 8.45am
Venue: The Boat Shed, Taranaki Street Wharf
Tickets: $10 low income, $20 middle income, $30 high income
Speakers: David Parker (Assoc Minister of Finance): David will be presenting the 2018 Budget and answering questionsHon Assoc Prof Susan St John: CPAGs economics spokesperson, Len Cook: CPAG associate, Families Commisioner.

Auckland - 18 May - Mt Eden War Memorial Hall - 11.45am

Auckland Post Budget Brunch

RSVP here, find out more EVENT info or download the poster here

Time: 11.45am ( Lunch from 11.40am, speakers start at 12.00pm)
Venue: Mount Eden War Memorial Hall,489 Dominion Rd
Tickets: $10 unwaged and $20 waged
Speakers: Steve Poletti: Senior Economics lecturer at Auckland University, Dr Rhys Jones: Senior Lecturer in Māori Health at the University of Auckland, Prof Innes Asher: Professor of Paediatrics at the University of Auckland and CPAG's children's health spokesperson.

Whangarei - 23 MAY - Manaia Health PHO - 1pm

RSVP here

Time: 1-3pm with an afternoon tea to follow
Venue: Ratu Room, Manaia Health PHO,28-30 Rust Ave
Tickets: Gold coin koha
Speakers: Hon Assoc Prof Susan St John: CPAG spokesperson on economics & incomes. Addressing the Budget's impact on Taitokerau as regards to education - is Huhana Lyndon of Te Matarau Education Trust; Youth - is Rebecca Hooker of the RAID Movement; Housing and Justice - are Debbie and Ngahau Davis of He Iwi Kotahi Tatou and Te Mana o Ngapuhi Kowhao Rau.

Christchurch budget - 18 MAY - Villa Maria Girls College - 7.15am 

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Time: Doors open from 7.15, speakers start at 7.30am
Venue: Villa Maria Girls College, 21 Peer St, Upper Riccarton
Tickets: $5
Speakers: Jane Higgins: She has a background in academia and works in community-based. Her research speciality is youth in transition. Paul Dalziel: Professor of Economics at Lincoln University and Deputy Director of its Agribusiness and Economics Research Unit at Lincoln University. Lucy D'Aeth: Public health specialist for the Canterbury District Health Board. She has worked in community development and health promotion for over 30 years, mostly in Christchurch but also in London, East Kent and Geneva. Christina McKerchar: Lecturer in Māori Health at the University of Otago and a nutritionist. Christina is completing a PhD about food availability for Māori children and whether the right to healthy food realised for Māori children in their lived environments.

 

Nelson & Tasman - 23 MAY - Stoke Primary School - 9.30am 

RSVP to cpag2016nn@gmail.com with your attendance. There is limited capacity & parking for this event so RSVP's are open now until 19th May.

See more info here or visit the Facebook event page.

Time: 9.30am -12pm
Venue: Stoke Primary School Hall, 601 Main Road, Stoke, Nelson
Tickets: koha on door
Speakers: Associate Professor Mike O'Brien: CPAG Spokesperson for Social SecurityLisa LawrenceKaiwhakahaere/Manager Motueka Family Service CentreKatie O'DonnellManager Nelson Women's and Children's Refuge Services