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Dead Letter Circus are pleased to announce the 'No Fracking Way tour'. Every day we take drinking fresh water for granted, water is as essential as clean air to life on earth. Protecting these two natural resources must be the highest priority to sustain life on planet earth and to protect the planet for future generations to come.

The Hi-Fi, 125 Swanston St, City.

Speaker: Ian Lowe (author of The Big Fix, Living in the Hothouse, pre-eminent scientist, environmentalist, cultural commentator and president of the Australian Conservation Foundation), thinks we have a chance, but we have to act now. Ian's new book is an environmental and community call to arms, through logic rather than fearmongering.

Hillcrest Ave, Montsalvat, Eltham.

Parliament station (Lonsdale St entrance), City.

Saturday, August 27

1pm. State Library, Swanston St, City.

Wednesday, October 30

Student action against Abbott and Pyne’s ‘inquiry’ into higher education. We will assemble at Parliament House and then march to the Liberal Party HQ on Exhibition St. Stand up and fight back for your right to a fair and equal tertiary education. 12:30pm. Parliament, Spring St, City

Tuesday, February 24

Public meeting: Just transitions: Moving Australia beyond fossil fuels. Keynote speaker: Bob Massie (US economist). Entry free; register here. New Council Chambers, Trades Hall, cnr Victoria & Lygon Sts, Carlton South. 6pm. Presented by 350.org.

In 2007, Steve Ignorant gathered some friends together and put on two shows at Shepherd's Bush Empire in London, England. Called The Feeding of 5000, the show was a celebration of the Crass album of the same name, which was performed in its entirety. The Last Supper tour, which began in the UK in September 2010, answered the calls that came from around the globe in response to the Shepherd’s Bush gigs.
Supports: Bastard Squad, The Duvtons, Leprosy.

The Tote, 71 Johnston St, Collingwood.

PBI Australia invites you to an Information evening at Ross House for people interested in finding out more about the work of Peace Brigades International in Indonesia, Nepal, Mexico, Colombia or Guatemala.

The evening is a detailed introduction to PBI's unique role in protecting human rights and includes videos, presentations and discussions about PBI's work facilitating peace-building initiatives and providing protective accompaniment for human rights defenders, organisations and communities threatened by political violence.

Ross House, 247 Flinders Lane , Melbourne

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