Talks

Amnesty International NZ: Aroha Afternoons

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Location: Seatoun Village Hall, 22 Forres Street, Seatoun, Wellington

The inaugural Aroha Afternoons event on Sunday, 15 September is a hui bringing together neighbours from different cultures within Aotearoa to share ideas, experiences and facilitate friendly chats around Welcoming Communities and to reflect on the March 15 tragedy in Christchurch 6 months ago.

The free event will have music and market stalls, followed by presentations and korero from the following guest community leaders.

The event will have music and market stalls, followed by presentations and korero from the following guest community leaders.

Guled Mire: Community advocate and co-founder of Third Culture Mind

Martine Udahemuka: Founder of LINK & MentorShip

Wael Aldroubi: Founder of the initiative Culture Without Borders.

Margaret Taylor, Amnesty International Aotearoa NZ

and with catering by Damascus

 

Register for your free ticket here