March Newsletter – seeking passionate people

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Are you passionate about one of our core objectives and want to make a difference? Then we need your help.

UnitedFuture has now completed its top to toe review. From what we stand for (www.unitednz.co.nz/our-principles), to our three core objectives (www.unitednz.co.nz/why-give-us-your-vote) and the policy solutions to achieve them (www.unitednz.co.nz/policy), the party is now ready to get its message out, and for that we need your help.

If you’re serious about achieving real change in one of these areas:

  • Future-proofing our environment
  • Guaranteeing a fair economy for all
  • Embracing the modern New Zealand

then we want to hear from you.

UnitedFuture is a party of people serious about getting things done. We have a track record of doing this in an incremental and constructive way. Our methods may not be glamorous or shocking (we don’t go in for phallic protests, twitter rants or opposition just for the sake of it) but we get things done. If this sounds like you please get in touch asap. Email benrickard@yahoo.com with a brief introduction outlining the areas you’d like to help in and the skills you can bring to the team.

From the Leader’s Pen – the value of support parties, voting on behalf of future generations, calling local body election candidates

Last week’s debate over zero-hour contracts showed Parliament and support parties like UnitedFuture at their best. The outcome was an end to the nasty practice of zero-hour contracts and a new law which was unanimously supported. More…

Also last week, voting began on the flag referendum. While UnitedFuture does not have a party position on flag change (I personally favour a change), we do recognise that the referendum is an important opportunity for all New Zealanders – old and new… More…

Finally, local body elections occur later this year. UnitedFuture has decided to support candidates wishing to stand for the party in Auckland in particular, but we are also interested in promoting candidates in other areas. More…

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