Steve Poletti: Senior Lecturer in Economics at the University of Auckland. He holds a PhD in Mathematical Physics (Newcastle upon Tyne, 1991) and Economics. Steve’s work includes teaching and research in Australia and New Zealand and he has published widely on Economics as well as Physics.
Assoc Prof Damon Salesa:Toeolesulusulu Damon Salesa is a prize-winning scholar who specialises in the study of colonialism, empire, government and race. He is currently Associate Professor of Pacific Studies at the Centre for Pacific Studies, University of Auckland, where he is also head of Pacific Studies, Director of the New Zealand institute for Pacific Research and Co-Head of Te Wananga o Waipapa.
Hon Assoc Prof Susan St John: Susan is a founding member of CPAG and CPAG spokesperson on economics & incomes. She is an Honorary Associate Professor inthe Economics Department, University of Auckland and the director of the Retirement Policy and Research Centre. Susan has contributed to a wide range of CPAG publications and the Human Rights Appeal Case.
Venue: Mt Albert War Memorial Hall, 773 New North Rd, Mount Albert
***breakfast served from 7.15am, speakers from 7.30am ****
Tickets : $20 waged, $10 unwaged