Special Guest: Senator Sekai M Holland
UTS Luminary, Honorary Doctorate 2013, Sydney Peace Prize 2012, Advanced Global Alumni Recipient 2014
Friday July 31, 2015 6.00 – 8.30pm
in the Dr Chau Chak Wing Building
University of Technology Sydney
Entry: $50; Suggested Donation: $100
drinks and canapés
Donations will be paid to Union Aid Abroad – APHEDA and are tax deductible
RSVP by Friday July 24.
Book and pay online at http://www.trybooking.com/141428
or send a cheque to the
Zimbabwe Information Centre
PO Box K824
Haymarket, NSW 1240.
Enjoy this beautiful new architectural gem in Sydney while supporting a crucial project for the people of Zimbabwe.
The Zimbabwe National Peace Trust is formed by 30 non-government organisations in Zimbabwe and has an MOU with the Midlands State University and the Zimbabwe Peace Centre. The National Peace Trust is focused on Household Based Development in a Peace Context in local communities. Senator Sekai M Holland is one of its patrons.
Senator Holland knows that peace and reconciliation offer the best road forward to a democratic Zimbabwe.
Sekai instigated the formation of the Zimbabwe Information Centre Inc in Australia in 1999, to support the people’s movement for democracy.
The Zimbabwe Information Centre Inc organised this event with the support of the University of Technology Sydney.
ZIC Inc, PO Box K824, Haymarket NSW 1240.