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Friends of the Earth’s Feast of Film, a film festival about good food and
farming, is back for 2010! Over six weeks, the Feast of Film will offer
fortnightly screenings (on July 31, August 14 and 28) of some of the best
international films about good food, agriculture and community, including
the very special August 28 world premiere of ‘An Urban Orchard’, a
celebration of food gardening and sharing on the Adelaide Plains.

All screenings will be held at Unley Citizens’ Centre, 18 Arthur Street, Unley

Entry $5-$15 | Three screening pass $20.00

The idea of a Universal Basic Income has been making serious waves lately, and despite the strong vote against it in the recent Swiss referendum, it still has every sign of being an "idea whose time has come".

Or has it? I am inviting you to a public dissection of every pro and con I can dig up.

Tribute to John Macumba evening
next Thursday, November 11.

There will also be tributes read from some of the people who worked and created with John.
John Macumba was laid to rest on his home Country on Thursday 21st October at Granite Downs.
The tribute evening will assist in raising funds for the Macumba family to cover the costs.
All money raised will go to the family.

TIME: 6 for 6.30 pm to 9pm Thursday, November 11
PLACE: The Paul Hughes Room Y2-58, Second floor,
Yungondi Building, City West campus, North Terrace Adelaide.

ATTACK POVERTY, NOT THE POOR: 2017 ANTI-POVERTY WEEK CONFERENCE

WHEN: Friday October 20, 10:00am-4:30pm
Saturday October 21, 12pm-6:30pm
WHERE: Clayton Wesley Uniting Church, corner Portrush Road and Parade, Beulah Park
COST: Low-Income: Optional donation per day
Community Workers: $25-50 for one day, $35-$70 for two days
Others: $10 for one day, $15 for two days

Socialist Alliance meeting:
3pm following the Adelaide Rally for Wikileak
@ Adelaide Activist Centre, Level 2, 95 Currie St, Adelaide.

Fringe opening night - join us to make the nuclear waste dump a state election issue!

The Federal government still wants to build a nuclear waste 'facility' in SA. Some of this nuclear waste is toxic for hundreds of years and some for thousands of years. All of it all poses risks to the environment, to nearby communities and to many thousands of people along transport routes. We continue to say no to a nuclear waste dump in our state.

7pm RALLY with Aunty Josie Agius + Catherine Zengerer at Tarndanyangga [Victoria Square]

7.30pm MARCH rowdily along King William and Hindley Street

8pm Groove along with funky dj Narelle Walker, the Fiddle Chicks + Tempest Belle Lovett at Yungondi Courtyard [Uni SA]
BBQ + bar on site!

People's Jobs, Justice Climate March + Festival!
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On November 29th, will you help create the biggest climate march the world has ever seen?

As world leaders gather in Paris to discuss a global agreement on climate change, we will be part of an international movement- on Sunday November 29th.

Hello fellow activists, community gardeners, students and socially conscious people. Students of Sustainability is back again this year!

Come to the SOS conference for a great time with like minded people from across Australia, whilst learning a few things.

This year It's in Adelaide from 4th-8th July on Kaurna Land at Flinders University! Come for the full event, or individual days. Camping is more fun, but its optional.

PROTEST: STOP THE EDUCATION CUTS
Rundle mall (king william end)

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