Bill Rosenberg

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Bill Rosenberg


Bill Rosenberg is the Economist and Director of Policy at the New Zealand Council of Trade Unions. He’s widely published on globalisation and trade issues and has been an active trade unionist for 30 years.

He is the son of the late Wolfgang Rosenberg.

ARENA

2001 - Initial Sponsors of ARENA, Dr Jane Kelsey, Professor of Law, Auckland University; Moana Jackson, Ngati Kahungunu, Ngati Porou; Maxine Gay, President, NZ Trade Union Federation; Cherryl Waerea-i te-rangi Smith, Ngati Apa, Ngati Kahungunu, Te Aitanga A Hauiti; Robert Reid, Campaign Coordinator, Jubilee 2000 Aotearoa; Radha D’Souza, APEC Monitoring Group; Aziz Choudry, Coordinator, GATT Watchdog; Annette Sykes, Ngati Pikiao; Bill Rosenberg, CAFCA; Leigh Cookson, GATT Watchdog; David Small, Senior Lecturer in Education, University of Canterbury; Gillian Southey; Joe Davies, Coordinator, East Timor Independence Centre Otautahi; Murray Horton, CAFCA; Trish Murray; GATT Watchdog; Aotearoa/New Zealand APEC Monitoring Group; NZ Trade Union Federation; PSNA; Christian World Service; CAFCA.

2001 - ARENA Advisory Board members were Jon Barnett, Aziz Choudry, Luke Coxon, Radha D’Souza, Tim Howard, Cybele Locke, Garrick Martin, Bill Rosenberg, David Small, Desigin Thulkanam.

CAFCA

The 2003 CAFCA AGM was held at the Christchurch WEA on September 22. 13 members were present (this was definitely the smallest ever attendance at an AGM. There were more apologies than attenders. Ed.). Bill Rosenberg chaired. Apologies were accepted from Maurice Ward, Martin Griffiths and Lois Griffiths, Gillian Southey, Denis O’Connor, Leigh Cookson, Tim Barnett, June Bright, Warren Brewer, Luke Trainor, Noeline Gannaway, Bill Willmott, Roger Moody, Charlie Gower and Daniela Bagozzi. The 2002 Minutes were read by the secretary, Murray Horton, and accepted.

In 2009, The full CAFCA committee was Murray Horton, Bill Rosenberg, Jeremy Agar, John Ring, Colleen Hughes, Quentin Findlay, Lynda Boyd and Warren Brewer. [1]

Tax Policy Working Group

As of April 2018; Hon, Sir Michael Cullen, Michelle Redington, Bill Rosenberg, Craig Elliffe, Geof Nightingale, Marjan van den Belt, Joanne Hodge, Kirk Hope, Nick Malarao, Robin Oliver, Hinerangi Raumati-Tu'ua.[2]

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