by Anthony Ravlich
Sunday, Dec. 02, 2012 at 12:27 PM firstname.lastname@example.org (0064) (09) 940 9658 10D/15 City Rd., Auckland City
'Grassroots up, not Beehive down' for rebuild of Christchurch post earthquakes - reflects ethical, bottom-up, human rights approach also for New Zealand, World promoted by our council. May also have implications for rebuilding post-Sandy in the US. PS. the 'Beehive' is where parliament meets.
'Grassroots up, not Beehive down' for Chch - reflects ethical, bottom-up, human rights
Anthony Ravlich Human Rights Council (New Zealand)
Thank you to Los Angeles Indymedia for your support. Posted the following on the social networking sites yesterday:
"just heard some excellent news - Lianne Dalziel MP stated on TV One tonight at a demonstration held by residents of Chch concerned at the erosion of democracy that the main theme coming from David Shearer and the Labour Party at their conference was that the rebuild of Christchurch was to be from 'the grassroots up, not the Beehive down'. This reflects the global ethical human rights bottom-up emphasis on development and bottom-up democracy which is also a plan for New Zealand and the world. So thanks very much for your support for the ethical human rights approach at a time when support was very small, Tony"
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