Meetings Monday Wellington; Tuesday Auckland

WELLINGTON READERS.
Public seminar on Re-thinking and Re-framing Civil-Military Relations in Fiji by Raijeli Drodrolagi Nicole.Monday, 3rd October, 6pm – 7.30pm, Victoria University of Wellington, 6 Kelburn Parade

Raijeli has extensive experience in policy development, lobbying and advocacy. She was Executive Director of ISIS International, a women's human rights info-com organisation based in Manilla, and has worked with NGOs, unions, employer groups and governments at the United Nations.She has Masters degree in International Law and Politics from the
University of Canterbury and currently works for the Department of Internal Affairs in Christchurch.

The seminar will be introduced by Dr Teresia Teaiwa (Pacific Studies) and Dr Megan Mackenzie (Political Science and International Relations) will make the formal response.   Light refreshments will be provided. For more information, please contact: Sylvyetta Hanipale Phone 463-5830 or email Sylvyetta.hanipale@vuw.ac.nz

AUCKLAND READERS.
 Shamima Ali will talk about The Current Political Environment in Fiji.Tuesday 4 October, 7:30 pm.
Ellerslie Entertainment Centre, 519 Ellerslie-Panmure Highway, Panmure, Auckland. Free Entry. Bar Open. All Welcome.
Shamima is the Director of the Fiji Womens Crisis Centre, Chairperson of the Fiji NGO Coalition, and a prominent government opponent.

Comments

SOE said…
We do expect that Shamima Ali will reproduce her presentation 'On the current political environment in Fiji' here in Fiji where it counts. Will she be prepared to do us all this favour? Removing, of course, the currently offending term 'political'?

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