For two and a half years, Ark Tribe and his family have struggled under the threat of imprisonment. Ark is facing six months in jail, charged with not attending an interview with the Australian Building and Construction Commission (ABCC).

On Wednesday 3 November 2010 at 9:30 am, the magistrate will deliver his verdict at Adelaide Magistrates Court.

8:00 - 12:00, Victoria Square, Adelaide

When: Tuesday 11th April, 12 noon
Where: Parliament House, North Tce, Adelaide 
Hosted by CFMEU SA

State Conference | Tues 7th Dec, 6:30pm

Adelaide Activist Centre and Bookshop
Rm 205, Level 2, 95 Currie Street, Adelaide.

Email: | Phone: 8231 6982, 0403 679 742

Come along to learn how to defend you rights when dealing with Centrelink and job agencies, why we have poverty and unemployment in a country as wealthy as Australia and how we can struggle for a fairer world.

Stick around as summer school will be followed by

Hosted by Anti-Poverty Network SA & Industrial Workers of the World Adelaide

More info: or 0411 587 663.

Location: Adelaide Activist Centre, Level 2, 95 Currie St

Come one, come all to the official launch party of The Rainbow Youth Collective.

The Rainbow Youth Collective is an Adelaide based collective of queer and straight youth. This newly found group is banding together with the aim of ending homophobia in high schools, universities, the workplace and in wider society.

So if you are interested in helping us ending homophobia throughout our youth or just wish to make connections and share your experiences then come on down.

While submissions are closed for the Royal Commission into the Nuclear Fuel Chain, the discussion is just getting started!

Come and hear a range of authors and contributors share in brief ( 5 mins each) some of the key points of their submissions, on a range of economic, cultural and environmental issues.

Speakers include:

• Chris Hannaford, Prospect Local Environment Group
• Karina Lester, YNTAC Chairperson
• Tauto Sansbury, SA Congress
• Cr Michelle Hogan, Port Adelaide Enfield Council
• Dr Philip White, Friends of the Earth Adelaide

Community workers make a difference! Pioneer Women's Memorial Gardens, behind Government House. Organised by the ASU.

Anti-Poverty Network SA Special Planning And Strategy Meeting

This is our first major organising meeting of 2016, open to everyone, whether you have been active for years, or have only recently started taking an interest in us.

We will be deciding our goals and projects for this year, hearing from our different geographical groups (northern suburbs, southern suburbs, the Port), working out which activities and issues to focus on.

Bring your ideas for campaigns and events, as we start another year of fighting the welfare-bashers!!

For the millions not the billionaires

SA branch meeting. All welcome

Activist Centre, Level 2, 95 Currie St, Adelaide.

ph 8231 6982, 0403 679 742



Glenelg Beach Foreshore, near the jetty
RSVP: Facebook Event

It is time again to join hands at Glenelg Beach and say NO to risky deepsea drilling in our Great Australian Bight and YES to clean energy and a low carbon economy.

BP along with other mining giants are planning on drilling for oil in the Great Australian Bight late 2016.

It is time we send a strong message to our leaders and the rest of the world that we must protect our Great Australian Bight, and invest in renewables for a better future not outdated fossil fuels.



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