We'd like to shed some light on the history of women's struggles, discuss the issues that women still face today and build your motivation for the kick-arse activism that will take place on International Women's Day (IWD), the following Tuesday!

From academic education to lived experience, the speakers at this one-day conference aim to educate others on women's struggles and share ideas on how to fight for our rights.

The day will include (subject to change):
- the history of IWD (speech)
- women and poverty (panel)
- gender analysis (workshop)
- perceptions of gender (panel)

Australian West Papua Association (SA) Inc invites you to
a quiz night at the Kilburn Community Centre, 59 Gladstone St, Kilburn
to support the cause for the respect and empowerment of West Papuans’ human rights.

$20 waged / $10 concession. BYO nibbles and drink (including liquor). Tea and coffee will be provided.

Tables of 8 – 10 are welcome, but so are individuals and small groups. Please bring some gold coins for games between the main quiz rounds.

Book with Mark Andrews on 8322 3166 or email by Thursday 5/8/10.

Saturday 6th August, 6:30pm
South West Community Centre, Sturt St, Adelaide

Come along to the Green Left Weekly Quiz Night for a fun night out in support of a great cause!
BYO food only - drinks and snacks available from the bar, licensed event.

Featuring live music by Stephen O'Malley.

Get your friends and family together - tables of 6-8 people. Entry is $15 / $10 concession. Book and pay before July 23 for 10% discount!

To book, call John McGill on 0406 361 206 or email

Socialist Ideas Conference - **towards sustainability and socialism**
Panels of speakers, discussion and workshops
***stay tuned for confirmation of a range of exciting guest speakers***

Sat Nov 20th, 12 - 6pm, South West Community Centre 171 Sturt St, Adelaide

presented by Socialist Alliance, all welcome
for more info please contact 8231 6982, 0403 679 742 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting              0403 679 742      end_of_the_skype_highlighting or 0437 714 786
or email or

When: Friday 7th April, 1:30pm 
Where: Clayton Wesley Uniting Church, Cnr Portrush Rd & The Parade, Adelaide 

Join the Anti-Poverty Network and animal welfare organisations to discuss the implications of poverty on companion animals and their carers. We will be looking at ways in which we can work together to ensure that the needs of animal carers are better met by support organisations.


Resistance Summer School 13th-17th December 2010

A series of radical education workshops over three nights
Mon 13th Dec, 5pm – Cuba: Sustainability and Socialism
Wed 15th Dec, 5pm – Green Bans and Picket Lines: lessons from militant Australian unions
Fri 17th Dec, 5pm – Students Fight Back: contemporary struggles in France, UK, US and Greece

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

More info, contact: 0437 714 786 or email

In October of last year the Turnbull Government re-introduced a bill before the Senate titled “Inquiry into Social Services Legislation Amendment (Welfare Reform) Bill.” This widely condemned bill seeks to reform the government's current (and already cruel) welfare system with many punitive provisions and the introduction of a ‘demerit point scheme’.

Location: The Governor Hindmarsh Hotel, 59 Port Road, Thebarton

Never before have the impacts of human activity on the environment been so profound. The transformations of the past two centuries, especially the past several decades, have generated not one but several possible environmental catastrophes.

Human civilisation (and countless species) is threatened not only by climate change, but ocean acidification, ozone depletion, and changes to freshwater and land use.

Walk Together is an annual national celebration of Australia’s diversity, designed as a tangible expression of the welcoming, fair and compassionate society we’re committed to building.

Walk Together 2015 will be a huge celebration of diversity and a loud declaration that thousands of Australians believe we can become a nation known for our compassion, generosity and welcome.

Faced with increasing instances of fear and prejudice, it’s more important than ever for values of compassion and welcome to reign. For the sake of our futures, it’s time to Walk Together.


Last month 30,000 people gathered in Cochabamba, Bolivia to do what world leaders had so spectacularly failed to do a few months before in Copenhagen, develop an agreement to address the looming climate catastrophe and ensure a safe climate for future generations. While the Copenhagen summit was splashed across the international media, Cochabamba has been discussed remarkably little in the mainstream press. Yet this was a significant meeting for the international climate movement and an inspiring example of the people, energy and movements that can ensure a safe climate future.


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