Award-winning comedy duo Fear of a Brown Planet make their long-awaited return with a brand new show. With a sell-out UK tour and solo projects under their belts, Hussain starring in his own TV show ‘Legally Brown’ on SBS and Rahman with his sold out debut solo show at Melbourne International Comedy Festival and the Comedy Store in Sydney, they are as political, uncompromising and ruthless as ever. This is an event you don’t want to miss. At the Perth Cultural Centre. Get tickets from www.fringeworld.com.au
Perth and Fremantle
Help plan the March 28 action against James Price Point Gas Hub. All welcome.
Perth Activist Centre, 15/5 Aberdeen St, East Perth (next to McIver station)
TODAY: Bring back Abyan! Close the camps, end the abuse! PERTH snap action
05:30pm, Murray St Mall, Perth CBD
Organised by the Refugee Rights Action Network (RRAN WA)
Anti-war rally. Speakers include: Jo Vallentine (peace activist), Scott Ludlam (Greens senator), Alex Bainbridge (Socialist Alliance). Outside Wesley Church, cnr William & Hay Sts, Perth. Supported by Women's International League for Peace and Freedom, Refugee Rights Action Network, Women in Black & Socialist Alliance (further endorsements sought).
Oppose the discriminatory ban on marriage & support the rights of all LGBTI people. Stand up for full marriage equality, transgender rights and the rights of LGBTI refugees.
Murray St Mall, Perth city.
Organised by Equal Love WA
Protest fascist mouthpieces: Oppose Southern and Molyneux
Sunday, July 22 at 6 PM
Hosted by United Against Bigotry and Racism
Perth Activist Centre, 15/5 Aberdeen St. Northbridge 5:30-8:30pm, 25th - 26th of July
Fremantle Bridge #Water4Life Action
July 8 @ 10:00am
Fremantle Traffic Bridge, Queen Victoria St
Hosted by Frack Free WA
International Women's Day rally.
Friday March 8, 5.30pm, Murray St mall (outside Perth underground train station).
2012 saw an upsurge of feminist activism, with women in India leading the international struggle against sexual violence. Let us build on this momentum and come together to demand:
* self determination for indigenous women and their communities
* reverse the cuts to sole parents' payments
* close the gender pay gap - support the nurses' pay campaign
* stop violence against women - guarantee funding for women's refuges
and much, much more.
Annual "Out of the Dark" forum by CARAD and CASE. Guest speakers: Dato' M. Ramechelvam (Malaysian Law Reform and Special Areas Committee), Barry Jones (former ALP parliamentarian) & David Corlett.
Winthrop Hall, University of WA.