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Please note that as a general rule, appeals that use the platform Give a Little will NOT be supported by this website due to the fact that Give a Little is run by the Spark Foundation and the Spark Foundation keeps some of the funds. (An exception has been made for the event listed below due to its last minute organisation by volunteers who did not realise the connection between Spark and Give a Little.)
Contributions towards the printing of posters (and other expenses in relation to the up-coming protest in Auckland on 25 January 2020) are being sought
If you would like to help donate towards these expenses, the details are below:
is called Stop 5G Aotearoa
and the number is 38-9019-0448818-00
Thank you to everyone who donated to bring Prof. Dariusz Leszczynski to New Zealand to give public talks inn 2019:
Dariusz Leszczynski was one of the panel of scientists in the International Agency for Research on Cancer that classified microwave radiation as a possible carcinogen (Group 2B) in 2011. He is very knowledgeable about health risks of wireless radiation.
The following link provides access to his NZ public lectures:
Website editor’s note:
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