February 1, 2017
These workshops have been run in other states and have received excellent feedback.
Please see the attached flyers for more details on the workshops and registration details.
Having Professor Willer in Tasmania is a great opportunity and not to be missed; it would be appreciated if you circulate this information as widely as possible.
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