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What really happens to Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Intersex or Queer refugees when they seek asylum in Australia? 6 - 8pm, Wednesday 26th October 2016. 16WEST, 16 West Row, Civic. Canberra’s Rainbow Refugee Action Committee (Rainbow RAC) presents several speakers who will shine the light on the experiences of LGBTIQ refugees on Nauru and in Australia. Our first speakers will provide insight into the experience of LGBTIQ refugees on Nauru. Found to be refugees, they have been resettled on Nauru but face daily discrimination and little acceptance.

Where: New Parliament House When: Sunday August 2010 We've timed our walk to coincide with the federal election. This election, help us put the pressure on our political leaders to: Make the: Big polluters pay Replace our most polluting power stations with clean energy Create new clean jobs and industries Guarantee to cut pollution over the next term of government Support poor and vulnerable countries to tackle the impacts of climate change
In the wake of the Copenhagen Climate Conference in December 2009, there is considerable uncertainty about the direction of international and domestic climate law and policy. Internationally, over 100 countries, including all major emitters, have now made pledges to take action to limit or reduce their greenhouse gas emissions.
At the ACT Conservation Council, 17 Childers St Acton
Public forum featuring Chris Graham. Organised by the Working Group for Aboriginal Rights. Manning Clarke Centre Theatre 2, ANU.
Come sell Green Left Weekly on ANU on Thursdays.

1 - 2:30pm, Sunday 30th October 2016. Garema Place, Civic. Organised by Refugee Action Committee, Canberra.

Expose on the coup in Honduras against the elected pro-poor government of Manuel Zelaya, the ongoing illegal regime and repression, and the heroic resistance of the people against the coup plotters. We WILL televise the REVOLUTIONS that the media and western governments continue to ignore or repress. Australian National University, Manning Clark Theatres.
OPTUS Theatre, CSIRO Discovery Centre, Clunies Ross Street, ACTON Professor Will Steffen has a long history in international global change research and is currently Executive Director of the ANU Climate Change Institute and science adviser to the Australian Government's Department of Climate Change.
Where: Manning Clark Centre, Theatre 6, Australian National University, Canberra, Australia See the online ANU campus map at http://campusmap.anu.edu.au/default.asp [grid reference26a] to find Manning Clark Centre Australia as the world's largest exporter of coal is supplying the world’s coal addiction. Our coal exports are projected to double over the coming decades. Coal mining also conflicts with land uses like conservation and food production, and has large health effects.

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