The Hand Mirror host a debate tomorrow
WHAT: The Inaugural Suffrage Eve Debate, featuring women standing for Parliament, political discussion, and cupcakes
WHEN: Thursday 18th September, 7.30pm
WHERE: Lecture Theatre ENG3402, School of Engineering, University of Auckland, 20 Symonds St
WHO: Four female candidates discussing whether centre-left or centre-right approaches are better for women, one each from Labour, National, Act and the Alliance (see below for more info), and organised by the bloggers at The Hand Mirror, with the graceful assistance of AUSA.
Speaking to the proposition "That Eve Should Vote Centre-Left":
- Anjum Rahman, Labour list candidate and blogger
- Sarita Divis, Alliance candidate for Auckland Central
Speaking to the proposition "That Eve should vote centre-right":
- Nikki Kaye, National candidate for Auckland Central
- Lyn Murphy, Act list candidate
For those on facebook the event details are also here. The Hand Mirror also have a facebook group for the Readers and Writers of the Hand Mirror.
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