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Nationwide Post Budget Event Series MAY 31

*** Wellington *** Auckland *** Christchurch ***

CPAG and PHA Wellington Post Budget Breakfast - 31 MAY - 7.15 am

Please RSVP here & more detailed information is HERE

Venue: The Boat Shed

Minister Carmel Sepuloni to present the 2019 budget & answer questions.

Speakers:Dr Ganesh Nana:Executive Director and Chief Economist at BERL, Lee Tuki:Lee is President of the Public Health Association of New Zealand, Kāhui Hauora. Tumatanui

MC - Dr Nikki Turner: Nikki is a CPAG's Health Spokesperson. 

Auckland Post Budget Brunch - Mt Eden War Memorial Hall - 31 MAY - 11.30 am

RSVP here & download the event poster here

Time: 11.30 am (Networking from 11am, Brunch from 11.30am, speakers start at 12.00pm).
Venue: Mt Eden War Memorial Hall, 487-489 Dominion Road, Mt Eden.
Tickets: $10 low income, $20 middle income and $30 high income.
Speakers: Alan Johnson: Previously a Salvation Army Policy Analyst and CPAG housing spokesperson,  Professor Peter O’Connor: University of Auckland Education and Social Work & CPAG education spokesperson, Dr Sarah-Jane Paine: senior lecturer for University of Auckland Te Kupenga Hauora Maori. 

MC: Dr Hinemoa Elder

Livestreaming of Auckland event will be available from 12pm on Friday 31st May . Visit our CPAG FB page for more details on the day or make sure you're on the Daily Blog home page where it will be live streamed to.

Christchurch Post Budget Breakfast - Villa Maria College - 31 MAY -7.15am

For more details here &  RSVP here.

Time: 7:15am-9:00am
Villa Maria College, 21 Peer Street, upper Riccarton
Tickets: $5 unwaged, $10 waged

Guest Speakers: Associate Prof Mike O'Brien is an Associate Professor at the School of Counselling, Human Services and Social Work at the University of Auckland and CPAG's spokesperson on welfare and social security issues. Helen Leahy: is the Pourahi / Chief Executive at Te Ptahitanga o Te Waipounamu - the Whanau Ora Commissioning Agency for the South Island. Justine Gillard: has over fifteen years of experience working creatively with Christchurch youth on a range of projects, big and small.  Currently, she is very excited about her role at 298 Youth Health and work alongside an amazing group of young adults who inspire her to be more creative.