Tongan strikers speak out tonight in Auckland

Published: Fri 26 Aug 2005 12:35 AM
Workers Charter forum
Every Friday starting 6pm there's a Workers Charter forum at the Unite office, 6A Western Springs Rd, Kingsland.
The agenda this Friday - 26th August:
The struggle for workers' & democratic rights-
Tongan strikers speak tonight in Aotearoa
The struggle for workers and democratic rights has exploded in Tonga
these last few weeks with a general strike of public sector workers.
There will be a public solidarity protest soon initiated by the Tongan
community. Tongan strike leaders arrived in New Zealand last night, and are going to speak at the Workers Charter forum meeting this evening Friday at 6pm. For more info phone Joe at Unite trade union offices at 09 845 2132
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Drinks & eats available.

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