Xmas Parties Galore!

Posted Tuesday 26 Nov 2013

Yes it really is that time of the year again... and it's great that Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch members are all having Xmas drinks this year - see below for a party nearest you! (and please don't forget to RSVP)

 

Christchurch: Christmas Networking Drinks

Friday 29 November

Joe's Garage, 7 Lesley Street, Riccarton

5pm

Come along to the final networking evening of the year!

A chance for you to mingle amongst yourselves and spend some time celebrating the year's work with your WIFT National Manager, Patricia Watson.

Cash bar, nibbles provided

Partners are welcome.

Please RSVP to office@wiftnz.org.nz

 

Wellington: Guilds Christmas Party

Wednesday 4 December

MEOW, 9 Edward St, Wellington

6-8 pm

Nibbles will be provided.  Cash bar.

Guild members plus partners only.

RSVP via the website

wellingtonguildschristmasparty.eventbrite.co.nz

 

Auckland: WIFT NZ and combined Guilds Christmas Party

Tuesday 17 December

La Zeppa, 33 Drake Street, Auckland

6pm

Nibbles will be provided, and there will be a cash bar.

We look forward to seeing you there.

Guild members plus partners only.

RSVPs are essential via the web address below:

screenguildschristmasparty.eventbrite.co.nz


Next Up...


Who's Counting? + Q&A with Marilyn Waring at the Film Archive

Posted Tuesday 26 Nov 2013

SATURDAY 30 NOVEMBER

mediatheatre 6pm

84 Taranaki Street

Wellington

www.filmarchive.org.nz

Film, 1995, Exempt, director Terre Nash, 94 min + Q&A approx 30 min

On 28 November 1893 New Zealand women voted in the general election for the first time. We celebrate the 120 year anniversary of this milestone by hosting Marilyn Waring - the renowned feminist, politician, activist, author and academic - for a special event. Join us for a screening of Who's Counting: Marilyn Waring on Sex, Lies & Global Economics (1995), followed by a Q&A with Waring.

120 years have passed since New Zealand women won the vote, so it is timely to reflect upon the notion of equality within the current economic model - a value system in which all goods and activities are related only to their monetary value. As a result, unpaid work (usually performed by women) is unrecognised, while activities that may be environmentally and socially detrimental are deemed productive. InWho's Counting Waring looks at these issues and maps out an alternative vision.

The film will screen again (without a Q&A) on Wednesday 4 December, at 7pm.

Koha appreciated