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Wednesday, December 27, 2006

ACT on Campus Annual Conference

What: ACT on Campus annual conference and retreat

When: 19th-21st January, 2007

Where: Remuera, Auckland

The 2007 annual ACT on Campus conference is looking to be an outstanding event. The conference will take place over the weekend of the 19th-21st of January.

Events include:

BBQ and drinks on Friday (19th) evening, from 7pm onwards

Interactive speeches and workshops on Saturday, including lunch

A Thai banquet dinner on Saturday night, featuring Rodney Hide

A chance to plan for 2007 for ACT on Campus members on Sunday

Speakers include:

David Henderson- Christchurch based property developer- on "Living by my Values".

Peter Creswell- infamous blogger and devout capitalist- on "Capitalism and Property Rights".

Emma Gibbs- former ACT board member and scientist extraordinaire.

Ann Marlowe- renowned New York based journalist and writer who has spent a lot of time working in Afghanistan.

Jack Edmonds-student- on "What's wrong with our schools?'

Additionally, workshops on teambuilding and political campaigning will be lead by Francis Denz and Ron Scott.

Please contact me at if you would like to register for some or all of the events.

Places are limited so register early.

All welcome!

New Zeal This will be an excellent event. It is open to young people who may not be current members of AOC, but are interested in learning more about the group's philosophy and activities.


Blogger Cactus Kate said...

Wow great line up. To hear Peter Cresswell will be worth the price of admission alone :)

11:49 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

That's a pity it's the same weekend as the Radical Youth hui. Would have come if it wasn't for the clash because AOC showed their support for Radical Youth by turning up to the anti-G8 Carnival in 2005 ;)

"Places are limited so register early."

This part is a bit elitist isn't it? What happens if there was some young private property rights fanatic, lock 'em up and throw away the key, create liberty through huge tax cuts for the rich type kid who only sees about the conference the day before it starts and really really wants to come but is turned away.

Isn't that little bit unfair? Shouldn't AOC choose a venue bigger enough that any youth who wants to come can? Just concerned about the young right-wing kids who might be excluded. You see I'm quite a caring person.

They should come to the RY hui if they're turned away by AOC.

2:32 PM  
Blogger Trevor Loudon said...

I can't speak for AOC Cameron, (being nearly 5 years too old to be a member), but I've never seen them turn away any budding young freedom lover.

Perhaps you guys could fuse with AOC...Anarchists on Campus? ACT Organising Communists?

Or even with the main party....Association of Communists and Trots?

Have a word with Omar and maybe see if you can organise something.

All the best for the New Year.

4:27 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

lol your post trev is suprisingly accurate, will have a word with omar about some co campaigning on issues we agree on

3:01 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"AOC...Anarchists on Campus"

I do like :)

Glad to hear AOC won't be turning away any young private tyranny defenders. All the best for our respective youth meetings.

9:16 PM  

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