Found in 53 Collections and/or Records:
Poster advertising 'International Literacy Day, 8 September 1992'. Printed in colour, and including a large painting of Asian women with the caption: 'This is the reproduction of one of a series of paintings by neo-literate women in Hunan Province, China.' Also includes the text: 'Educate A Woman... Educate A Nation, UNESCO. Bangkok'.
Laminated black and white poster advertising a Torchlight March 'For good, strong nuclear free legislation'. Includes a drawing of a flower [poppy?] and the text: 'Assemble: Cenotaph, 6pm Friday August 8th, Hiroshima march to old town hall, Speakers: Helen Clark, Lloyd Gerring, Jim Knox, No More Hiroshimas'.
Sticker on rear of poster states 'This poster is the property of the: Trade Union Education Authority, PO Box 6645 Te Aro, Wellington, (04) 852-938'.
Unlaminated colour poster advertising 'New Zealand Library Week 19-25 June 1995'. Includes a drawing of two eyes and a nose, with the Maori text 'Ma Pukapuka, Ko Matau' forming the eyebrows, and the English text 'Libraries Change Lives' forming the mouth. Printed in black, pink and white and published by the New Zealand Library and Information Association.
Laminated poster featuring a large photo of predominantly Maori protesters carrying a large banner and entering Parliament grounds in Wellington. Text at the bottom of the poster states: 'Te Hapua - Wellington, 'March from Te Rauparaha Park, Porirua, 8am November 2, Rally 1pm Parliament Grounds Wellington'.
This poster was created by Te Roopu Rawakore o Aotearoa for the 1988 March Against Unemployment (information from Sue Bradford).
Laminated colour poster stating: 'No Future Without Public Services', and advertising the: '8th European Regional Conference, 15-17 November 1990, Berlin'. Printed primarily in blue, with large-scale text in white and surrounded by yellow stars. Also includes a detailed round logo surrounded by the acronyms 'PSI IOD ISKA ISP' [Public Services International].
Black and white photograph of interior of chemistry lab set up for visitors.