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Mulroney can NAFTA off !

Thursday, 5 July 2001, 12:27 am | Radical Society

Wellington activists will protest tomorrow outside Te Papa, where ex- Prime Minister of Canada Brian Mulroney is speaking. Mulroney will be promoting the NAFTA free trade agreement that his government signed with the USA and Mexico, and encouraging New ... More >>

Mulroney Can NAFTA Off

Wednesday, 4 July 2001, 4:51 pm | Radical Society

Wellington activists will protest tomorrow outside Te Papa, where ex- Prime Minister of Canada Brian Mulroney is speaking. Mulroney will be promoting the NAFTA free trade agreement that his government signed with the USA and Mexico, and encouraging New ... More >>

Submission Against Free Trade Agreement To Public

Thursday, 24 May 2001, 5:52 pm | Radical Society

Student groups from Victoria University will take their opinions against the Hong Kong New Zealand Closer Economic Partnership to the streets tomorrow (Friday) when they deliver their submissions to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade. More >>

Sweatshop Fashion: "We'd be better off naked"

Tuesday, 1 May 2001, 9:40 am | Radical Society

Students, lead by Victoria University's Radical Society will participate in the May Day Carnival against Capitalism with an anti-Sweatshop fashion parade. This will be performed as street theatre as one of the numerous actions being organised by ... More >>

Letter to Canadian HC condemning police violence

Tuesday, 24 April 2001, 9:15 am | Radical Society

We are protesting today against the human rights abuses happening in Quebec at the moment against those who are protesting at the Summit of the Americas free trade meeting. More >>

Students Protest at Canadian High Commission

Tuesday, 24 April 2001, 9:13 am | Radical Society

Students, led by Victoria University’s Radical Society, will present a protest letter to the Canadian High Commission tomorrow (Tuesday). They are protesting the violence that Canadian police used in Quebec over the weekend in attempts to restrict protest ... More >>

 

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