Squatter’s Arms Hotel
1 George St, Thebarton, SA, 5031
Squatter’s Arms Hotel
31 May at 18:00
The Box Factory, 59 Regent Street South, Adelaide
We want you to join us in building a democratic, inclusive and broad group to organise ongoing grassroots political action around refugee rights.
All community members, unions, political groups, religious organisations and individuals who support refugee rights are encouraged to take part.
CLEAN meetings -
17 November, upstairs at Duke of Brunswick, 207 Gilbert St, Adelaide. 6pm
Monthly branch meeting of the Socialist Alliance Adelaide branch. Held at the Activist Centre, Level 2, 95 Currie St. All members and potential members welcome.
Stop The Intervention - SA Meeting
16 December · 18:00 - 19:30
David Unaipon School, North Terrace, Adelaide
The Paul Hughes Room, Y2-58
Yungondi Building, City West Campus,
Location: Adelaide Activist Centre, Room 205, Level 2, 95 Currie Street, Adelaide
Over the past few months, activists from Socialist Alliance, Left Unity, and other groups have been raising awareness and concerns about the Federal Government's Income Management policies, which are currently being "trialled" in Playford, northern Adelaide.
They have organised two community meetings on the issue, and have been engaging with community and welfare groups in the area, and elsewhere.
A FILM BENEFIT NIGHT FOR TIMOR-LESTE'S WORKING WOMEN'S CENTRE
5.30pm: Drinks & Nibbles
VENUE: CAPRI THEATRE
141 Goodwood Road, Goodwood SA 5034
ADMISSION: Full Wage: $20 Concession: $15
Tickets are available from:
AETFA: Andy Alcock: Phone: 83710480 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
APHEDA: Jan Schultz: Phone: 8231 5532 Email: email@example.com
SA UNIONS: Phone: 8279 2222 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
SA WORKING WOMENS CENTRE: Sandra Dann: Phone: 8410 6499 Email: email@example.com
THE DRESSMAKER ABOUT THE FILM
Palm Sunday has become the major date on the refugee rights movement's calendar. Last year, tens of thousands across Australia marched to demand justice for asylum seekers and refugees. There has never been a more important time to come together and make this year's rally the biggest yet!
In recent months, many groups have stood up and taken action: Doctors, nurses, teachers, students, unions, artists, grandmothers, mums, Christians, Muslims, and Jewish communities, and of course, Refugees themselves. Most of these groups are helping with planning and promoting this protest.
Reading Circle: "A World To Build: New Paths toward Twenty-First Century Socialism"
Thursday 7th April 5:30pm
Activist Centre, Level 2, 95 Currie St, Adelaide
Dinner and drinks available by donation
All interested people are invited to join an open reading and discussion series on the book 'A world to build: New Paths Towards 21st Century Socialism', by Chilean author, activist and prominent Latin American political commentator Marta Harnecker.