Perth and Fremantle

2013 has been a tumultuous period for gender politics. This makes Bluestocking Week an even more critical moment for women working in higher education. The necessity of resistance to sexism in public life has perhaps never been so pronounced and this year the theme is "Holding the Line", with the focus being on women in leadership, either through formal roles or through informal networks and channels.

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

Green Left Weekly Vegan Winter Feast

You're invited to Green Left Weekly's Vegan Winter Feast

Join us for a night of delicious food and local music as we celebrate and raise money for the Green Left Weekly Fighting Fund 2015.

This year's GLW dinner takes the theme 'There is No Planet B', with guest toasts from activists involved in the campaign against Perth Freight Link and the fight for renewable energy.

Ticket prices:
$60 solidarity, $30 standard or $15 concession

For pre-booking of tickets, please follow the following link

Weekly activist meeting.

Perth Activist Centre, 15/5 Aberdeen St, Perth

Public forum to discuss the popular revolt spreading through the Arab world. All welcome.

Syed Dashlooty (Australia Arab Friendship Society)
Alex Bainbridge (Socialist Alliance convenor & Friends of Palestine activist)
Afeif Ismail & Khalid Hassan (Friends of Sudanese Communist Party)

Reception Room Fremantle Council building (entrance via stairs and patio at rear of building near the playground)

Organised by Socialist Alliance Walyalup-Fremantle branch

Weekly campaign meeting.

Hellenic Club, 75 Stirling St, Perth.

UWA Tavern, 35 Stirling Hwy, Crawley

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.

Screening of this imaginative Cuban film mixing sharp social commentary and comedy.

FTI Cinema, 92 Adelaide St, Fremantle.

$12/$10 tickets. Presented by Australia-Cuba Friendship Society - Perth. Proceeds to aid project for children's oncology unit in Las Tunas, Cuba.

MORE INFO: The film is about a group of people who find much in common while they wait (and wait, and wait) for a bus to Santiago. While they wait the group sets about making a more welcoming bus stop -- an undertaking that echoes Cuban government calls for grassroots efforts in community improvement.

A little pinch of happiness can change your life. A film starring Irrfan Khan and Nimrat Kaur, all proceeds to Oxfam Australia's development projects around the world. At the Windsor Cinema 98 Stirling Hwy Nedlands. Tickets can be bought over the phone, at the Fremantle Oxfam Shop (22 Queen St) or via Trybooking (see below).


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