Perth and Fremantle

Launch of a multifaceted campaign against new coal developments in WA. Perth Cultural Centre (near PICA), James Street Mall, Northbridge. Organised by Safe Climate Perth.

This event is part of the international day of action.

Typhoon Haiyan Candle Vigil

Tuesday, November 3 at 5:30pm - 8:30pm
Oxfamshop Fremantle shop and Kings Square

Moores Building Contemporary Art Gallery, 42 Henry St, Fremantle WA.

Opening Friday 16 January, 6pm with introduction by Holly Story and performances by artist and friends. Exhibition open 16 January – 1 February 2015.

A huge variety of artists have band together to make a stance against rape culture and victim blaming. The entry is $15 with all proceeds going toward Slutwalk, an international movement that has been campaigning for over 2 years to promote this message. At the Swan Hotel, 201 Queen Victoria, Perth.

At the reception room, Fremantle Town Hall

Robin De Crespigny presents her award winning book "The People Smuggler" which tells the true story of Ali al Jenabi, the "Oskar Schindler of Asia". At once a non-fiction thriller and a moral maze, this book The People Smuggler is one man's epic story of trying to find a safe place in the world.

One day convergence to WA's newest detention centre for refugees. Protest against racism.

Departing 10am, East Perth Terminal.

Organised by Refugee Rights Action Network

Fortnightly campaign meeting.

CitiPlaceCommunity Centre, Perth train station concourse.

Join 350 Perth, AYCC and other groups as we share skills learned from Global Power Shift, Australian Power Shift, and swap them for skills you've gained over your years of campaigning. 41 Oxford Close, West Leederville.

Ticket includes a North African inspired dinner. Cocktails and other drinks will be available for purchase. Vegetarians and vegans will also be catered for.

MUA Building, Kwong Alley, North Fremantle.

$50 solidarity price, $30 full price, $15 concession

A shuttle will be available from the greater Fremantle area including both train stations between 6pm and 7:30pm. Parking is available.

Silent Protest for West Papua

Thursday, July 14 at 1 PM

Forrest Place, Perth, Australia 6000

Hosted by Indigenous Australia United for a Free West Papua


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