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In the week before Easter 2010 the Bonhoeffer Peace Collective went to the Swan Island military base to press the emergency stop button on the war in Afghanistan; now they are facing court.

Meet at Johnstone Park, Railway Terrace (opposite Geelong Magistrates court)
and then proceed to the court.

Rally organised by the Refugee Advocacy Group. Meet on Saturday August 13, at noon in Johnstone Park, Geelong for a march down Malop St. Bring placards and banners. Invite friends, family, workmates and your organisations.

Red Cinema Presents 'Pride' based on the inspirational true story of the rainbow community's solidarity with the miners strikes in the UK under Thatcher.

Downstrairs, Geelong Trades Hall, 127 Myers Street Geelong.
Entry by donation
Dinner available from 6pm

Regular AYCC Organising meeting, last one prior to Sep 20 climate strike

New to Extinction Rebellion? Come along to find our what we’re about and how you can get involved.

Geelong Trades Hall 127 Myers Street (Car  park via Smythe Place)

About the house built by the trade union solidarity brigade in the campaign against the Northern Territory intervention. Come and discuss what affects government policies are having on Aboriginal people.

Entry: gold coin donation.

Wathaurong Cooperative,
Morgan Street, North Geelong.

Our Generation - Land, Culture, Freedom. A documentary showing the impacts of the Northern Territory Intervention. Downstairs, Trades Hall, 127 Myers St, City. Entry by donation $7/5. Dinner available.

Geelong's end of year event for 2015. Come along to the Big Red Book Sale, old and new books and merchandise available at discounted prices.

It’s a strike. For climate. Let’s make it a big one!

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