Salient. Official Newspaper of Victoria University of Wellington Students Association. Vol 40 No. 11. May 23 1977
The Congress showed that more students are becoming aware of the social and welfare problems happening at home and around the world. The actions to be taken, the good response and the full participation during the Conference manifested itself the Conference manifested the great concern of the students for the welfare and basic rights of their fellows. The success of this congress has reinforced the foundation of friendship, understanding and solidarity between the New Zealanders and the Overseas Students.
I look forward to attending the next Congress in 1978 to be held in Christchurch.
P.S. Credit should be given to those cooks and kitchen hands of exotic international dishes throughout the Congress from morning till evening. The significance of the various international clubs taking turns to cater for more than 200 is certainly the development of the spirit of co-operation and understanding.
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