Kevin Foley's office - State Administration Centre
200 Victoria Square, Adelaide, Australia
08 October · 12:30 - 14:00

rally in protest of the wide sweeping public service cuts that have been announced in the budget.

The public sector, the support network of our economy, is now at risk because the state Labor government plans to axe more than 3700 public service jobs.

The cuts go much further than the public service, they affect many areas that should not be cut.

When: Sunday 9th April, 2pm

Where: Victoria Square, Adelaide (maching to Parliament House)

"More courage, less fear - close the camps,bring them here"

Over 30,000 refugees are living on Bridging Visas in our community with their futures in limbo. They are only eligible for Temporary Protecion Visas. Many families are separated by the harsh system, and people despair of ever being reunited. Many fear being deported to danger under the governments new Fast Track Assessment process.

Save Forestry SA, Save South East Jobs
Wednesday 24th November, 12 noon Rally – Parliament House

Rally against the budget cuts to Forestry SA. Join thousands who will drive from Mount Gambier to protest a budget decision which will see 100’s of jobs go in their region.

Detour of history, or opening salvo in struggles that still define our epoch?
One hundred years after the events of October 1917, Left Unity presents a seminar on an
overturn that left profound marks on the modern world.
What were the social and political dynamics that brought the world’s first post-capitalist
national government to power? What were the impacts, during the years that followed, on the
labour movement in other countries ‒ including in Australia?

Rally & March for Marriage Equality

05 March · 13:00 - 15:00
Parliament House, North Terrace, Adelaide, Australia

Join us on Saturday March 5th to Rally and March for Marriage Equality.

Through our days of action right accross Australia, we made Marriage Equality a hot issue in the 2010 election campaign and throughout the year.

But in 2011 we need to keep the momentum building so come out on March 5th and stand up for Equal Rights!

Its time to support Ian Hunter MLC and Tammy Franks MLC by fighting for their Marriage Equality Bill here in South Australia.

Friday, January 17

Australian urban roots and reggae band Blue King Brown have joined musicians, artists and writers using their artistic talents to expose the political fraud and brutal genocide that the Indonesian government has committed against the West Papuan people.

On their new song and video “All Nations”, Blue King Brown frontwoman Natalie Pa'apa'a said: “We’ve chosen to give the exclusive premiere of our new video to help draw attention to the ongoing need for dialogue and action in support of self determination and freedom for West Papua

CLEAN meets regularly on the 2nd Wednesday of the month for organising and the 4th Wednesday of the month for discussion, food and campaign updates. Next meeting May 12, 6-7:30 pm. Adelaide Southwest Community Centre, 171 Sturt St, city.

6:30pm for a 7pm start
Victoria Square / Tarndanyangga

Reclaim the Night aims to address the root cause of violence towards women by calling for an end to gender inequality, while also demanding justice, support and funding for survivors.

Get along to Tandanya Cafe 253 Grenfell St, Adelaide, on Sunday July 4th for ‘’Rap Intervention’’, a night of mad hip hop featuring local, interstate and Indigenous artists, all in support of a good cause!

The event will raise money for the Aboriginal Convergence happening in Alice Springs in early July, in response to the racist Northern Territory intervention.

It will feature:

Doc Fruit (NSW)
The Feather Soot Crew
Local Revolution

Clayton Wesley Uniting Church
Portrush Rd & The Parade, Norwood SA 5067

ENTRY: Optional gold-coin for low-income people, $10 for others (cost includes dinner)

Join us for an exciting and inspiring afternoon!! American anti-poverty activist and author Linda Tirado, “the woman who accidentally explained poverty to a nation”, will be speaking about the myths and victim-blaming that surround poverty in rich countries like Australia and the United States.


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