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Annie Newman, National Convenor of the Living Wage Movement – 14 October

Annie Newman will be in Nelson to speak at the October Community & Whanau Meeting. Annie Newman is the National Convenor of Living Wage Movement Aotearoa.  The Living Wage Movement Aotearoa was launched in 2012 by over 200 communities coming together to call on Government, employers and society as a whole to strive for a Living Wage as a necessary step in reducing inequality and poverty in our society. 12noon,  Trafalgar Pavillion, Wed 14 Oct.


 

Annie Newman is the National Convenor of Living Wage Movement Aotearoa.  The Living Wage Movement Aotearoa was launched in 2012 by over 200 communities coming together to call on Government, employers and society as a whole to strive for a Living Wage as a necessary step in reducing inequality and poverty in our society.  It brings together community, secular, union and faith-based groups to campaign for a Living Wage.

Growing poverty and inequality hurts us all – workers and their families, employers, business, the Government and society as a whole.  It does not have to be this way.  So come along and hear Annie on  WEDNESDAY 14 OCTOBER AT 12 NOON TRAFALGAR PARK PAVILION

And hear about the growing movement and how you or your organisation could become involved.   Annie will also share her experiences in leading the campaign and building a broad based community organisation for social change.   For any further information contact Jan Noonan on 0272112168.