Two post-Budget breakfast events:
WELLINGTON: The Annual Wellington Post-Budget Breakfast
Co-hosted by the Public Health Association and Child Poverty Action Group
Friday 21 May, 7:15 – 8.45 am, St John’s Conference Centre (cnr Willis and Dixon Streets).
Come and hear how local commentators score the 2010 Budget, with a focus on health, work and children. Speakers include Brenda Pilott, National Secretary, Public Service Association; Riripeti Haretuku, Background in Māori Community Development, Māori SIDS; Jonathan Boston, Director of the Institute of Policy Studies, Victoria University; David Grimmond Senior Economist and Director, Infometrics.
Please register by email to email@example.com (for catering purposes) and pay on the day by cash or cheque. $15 for PHA members and unwaged, $20 otherwise.
AUCKLAND: Child Poverty Action Group Aotearoa NZ, with the University of Auckland's Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences, Department of Paediatrics: Child and Youth Health and Department of General Practice & Primary Health Care, invite you to:
BUDGET 2010: Accounting for Children? Auckland's 10th annual Child Poverty Action Group Post-Budget Breakfast
Friday 21 May, 7.30 - 8.45 am, at School of Population Health, Tamaki Campus, University of Auckland. Gate 1, 261 Morrin Rd, (Bldg 730, Function Room 220 on level 2), Glen Innes, Auckland. Parking: Visitors section.
Speakers include Dr Susan St John, Associate Professor of Economics, Business School, University of Auckland; Alan Johnson, Salvation Army Policy Analyst, CPAG Executive.
$30 waged, $15 unwaged. To register and get payment details, contact Julie Timmins at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone (09) 303 9260.