Join us to make lanterns for the Fix NSW Transport — City Lantern Walk on August 11.

Materials will be provided, but you can bring some too! Come along with your ideas. No prior experience necessary!

Unit 3, 29 Macquarie Street, Parramatta (close to the station).

For more information message the Fix NSW Transport page

The Latin American Social Forum is hosting its annual asado (BBQ), this time in Parramatta.

Tickets are $20 for a 2-course lunch, which will include a lot of options for vegetarians as well.

Drinks — alcoholic and non-alcoholic — will be available.

Proceeds to the Green Left Weekly Fighting Fund.

Unit 3, 29 Macquarie Street, Parramatta.




Mayra Barrios, anthropologist and social researcher from the University of San Carlos in Guatemala - USAC - who is currently visiting Australia will talk about violence agaings women and other relevant issues about women in Guatemala.

Parramatta Activist Centre, 29 Macquarie St, Parramatta

Organised by the Committee for Human Rights in Guatemala and supported by the Latin America Social Forum and Friends.

Activist Centre, 3/29 Macquarie St, Parramatta

Socialist Alliance, Resistance and the Latin American Social Forum invite you to help warm the newly renovated Activist Centre and enjoy some delicious eats, drinks, music and company.
Entry by gold coin donation.

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Realising that they share common enemies — British PM Margaret Thatcher, the police and the conservative media — London-based gays and lesbians lend their support to striking coal miners in 1984 Wales.

PRIDE, by Stephen Beresford and directed by Matthew Warchus, is an inspiring and powerful story of solidarity.

Screened by Parramatta Activist Centre. Entry $5.

Western Sydney says YES to marriage equality.

Support the YES rally in Parramatta before marching to the Parramatta Pride Picnic.

Show your support for equal rights, dignity and love.

Speakers will address a rally in front of Parramatta Town Hall, before marching to the River Foreshore to join th Parramatta Pride Picnic.

Supported by: Australian Marriage Equality, Socialist Alliance, 78'ers, Parramatta Pride Picnic and Parramatta committee of ACON.

Info: Steve 0417 393 877 or Gay 2424 298 762

Support our annual Argentinian Asado, hosted by the Latin America Social Forum & Socialist Alliance.

Celebrate and reflect on a momentous year of making trouble for the 1%.

It is the real deal — a buffet style BBQ, salads and dessert. We will also be catering for vegans and vegetarians. Drinks will be available.

Spiralling poverty, deprivation, price rises and chronic unemployment are behind the latest round of anti-government protests in Iran that began in late December.

RUPEN SAVOULIAN from Socialist Alliance will present some historical context about previous anti-dictatorship struggles.

RONAHI QANDIL, a Kurdish activist, will speak about the current situation. Ronahi was jailed by the Islamic government when she was 17 years of age and migrated to Sweden three years later. She is not able to go back to Kurdistan (Iran).

The struggle by oppressed nations for their liberation remains a burning issue today and for those of us in the First World — in a position to organise international solidarity — it remains important to understand.

The Palestinian’s struggle for justice, the Catalan's people for a seperate state and the Kurdish people’s struggle for democratic confederalism in northern Syria — although different — are critical reminders.

Parramatta film screening hosted by Refugee Action Coalition Sydney (RAC)

Event Cinemas Parramatta, Westfield Parramatta. Level 4

Shot on his mobile phone from inside detention on Manus Island and sent to filmmaker Arash Kamali Sarvestani, this film by Kurdish-Iranian refugee and journalist Behrouz Boochani is a unique record of life inside detention. The film is still on limited release: don't miss your chance to see it.


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