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11 September 2004
events in Aotearoa / New Zealand

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If you would like your local 11 September event included on this web page, see below.


  • Peaceful Tomorrows the US group comprising families whose relatives were killed in the 11 Sept attacks on New York and Washington. They "firmly believe that the real lesson of September 11 is that war and violence are the problems, not the solutions."

  • National

  • Friday, 10 to Sunday, 12 September - Tautoko i te ao rangimarie / Advocating for a non violent world, the Y-Dub Peace Hui. A conference for young women of Aotearoa to explore non-violence in ourselves, our homes, community, nation and in our world; with workshops, discussions, and speakers from YWCA, Peace Movement Aotearoa, Global Education Centre, Women’s Refuge, Wellington Independent Rape Crisis and more. Powhiri at 5pm Friday, closes 2-30pm on Sunday; open to all young women (under 30 years old). $80 waged / $60 student or unwaged, cost includes all food and accommodation; at Tapu Te Ranga Marae, Island Bay, Wellington. For more info and to register, see this web page or contact Catherine McFedries, tel (04) 385 0505, email.

  • If you would like your local 11 September event included on this web page and in the Peace Movement Aotearoa 'what's on where' e-listings, please send the details - including contact details for at least one of the people organising it - to Peace Movement Aotearoa:

  • by email - please put 'for what's on' in the subject heading of your message;
  • by post to PMA, PO Box 9314, Wellington;
  • by telephone to (04) 382 8129;
  • by fax to (04) 382 8173.

  • Peace Movement Aotearoa