Anti Iraq-Sanctions Protestor Visit

Published: Fri 14 Apr 2000 02:44 PM
Kia ora, with regard to Denis Halliday's visit to the Wellington area, below are the correct details for his two public meetings. Please do NOT go to the venue as advertised in City Voice, as those details are incorrect.
If you know of anyone who is planning on going to the Wellington meeting, please check that they have the correct venue.
~ MON, 17 April - Denis Halliday speaks on ‘UN sanctions against Iraq: Where to from Here?’, Institute of International Affairs public meeting from 5-30pm to 6-30pm, at the MacLaurin Theatre 103, Kelburn Parade, Victoria University of Wellington. Contact Major Peter Thorp, tel (04) 389 7103, fax (04) 389 7301,
~ TUES, 18 April - Denis Halliday speaks on ‘Humanitarian conditions in Iraq: the impact of sanctions’ at the Waiwhetu / Lower Hutt Peace Group meeting, 8pm, Uniting Church Hall, 6 Trafalgar Street, Lower Hutt. Contact: Arthur Quinn, tel (04) 567 0533.
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