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2017 WWW4Peace International Women’s Day Event (Wellington)

 Women Walk and Work for Peace 2017 International Women’s Day Celebration in Wellington Wednesday  |  8 March 2017  |  11:30am Assembly time (Walk starts at 12 noon) VENUE: Peace Walk is from the Beehive grounds to Civic Square THEME: Be Bold For Change is organizing it’s 6th International Women’s Day Event in Wellington on March 8, 2017…
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Press Release for the 2015 WWW4Peace Event

Celebrate International Women’s Day on Sunday 8 March at Newtown Festival, Wellington Come and celebrate International Women’s Day on Sunday 8 March at the Newtown Festival with Wellington Women Walk/Work for Peace (WWW4Peace). The theme for International Women’s Day 2015 is Make It Happen: Celebrating women’s achievements and call for greater equality. This year the…
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2015 WWW4Peace International Women’s Day Event Programme

 Wellington Women Walk For Peace 2015 International Women’s Day Celebration @ Newtown Festival Sunday, 8 March 2015, Newtown Festival VENUE: International Women's Day Stage, Rintoul St, besides McDonalds and St. Thomas Church (across New World Newtown) THEME: Make It Happen FINAL PROGRAMME:                Assembly time at International Women’s  Day Stage                Messages from Wellington Mayor…
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Press Release for the 2014 WWW4Peace Event

The British High Commission in association with Wellington Women Walk for Peace (WWW4Peace), the Ministry of Women's Affairs, and the Wellington City Council organised an International Women's Day Event last 8th of March, 2014 at Shed 6 in Wellington. Over 300 people attended the event and listened to the address of the British High Commissioner,…
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Press Release for the 2013 WWW4Peace Event

Women march for equality, human rights and peace on International Women’s Day  “Show New Zealand that Wellington is a Peace city and committed to recognising the contributions women make towards society by joining in our walk or attending our Peace Celebration at Te Papa this Friday”, this is the call from a group of young…
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