Aims to increase awareness of key environmental issues by bringing together film-makers, experts, policy makers, politicians and the wider community in an open conversation about the world we live in.

Kino Cinema, 45 Collins St, City.

Thursday, October 16, 6:30pm. Speakers: Donna Bennett (Hope St Youth & Family Services); Fiona Ross (Friends of Public Housing); Sean Brockelhurst (Socialist Alliance); MC: Sue Bolton (Socialist Alliance councillor for Moreland). 6:30pm. Old Court House, 1A Main St, Coburg (near Bell St). Presented by Socialist Alliance. For more info ph 9639 8622 or 0413 377 978. (PLEASE NOTE: This is the correct date.)

Red Cinema: The UK Gold

Monday, November 9

The Australian Unemployed Workers Union is organising an all-day protest against a Max Employment-sponsored conference on long-term unemployment. Considering the conference costs $650 for a concession ticket, the conference is effectively excluding those who are actually unemployed from attending and sharing their experiences. The AUWU is organising a counter-conference out the front entitled 'Unemployed Workers Speak Out'. 9am. Park Hotel, 192 Wellington Parade (opposite Jolimont Station).

Saturday, March 28

Fundraiser to help the WA Aboriginal communities resisting government attempts to shut them down. With performances by: Comedian Matt Ford, Acoustic Act Kiwat Kennell, DJ Sadge. Doors open 8:30pm. $10. Bella Union, Level 1, Trades Hall, cnr Lygon & Victoria Sts, Carlton South (entrance off Lygon St). . Bookings Bella Union.

Saturday, June 28

9:30am. Fertility Control Clinic, 118 Wellington Pde, East Melbourne.

Friday-Sunday, November 12-14 [Note changed dates for this event.]

Trades Hall, Lygon St, Carlton.

Registration: $30/$20/$10 ($35/$25/$15 at the door). To register please contact James 0417 732 698. Organised by Latin American Solidarity Network, Friends of The Earth, AAWL, etc.

Drinks & nibbles at New International Bookshop, Trades Hall, 54 Victoria St, Carlton (enter from Victoria St).


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