Perth and Fremantle

End Mandatory Detention, Free the Refugees. Easter Monday protest as part of a national day of action.

Perth Immigration Detention Centre, next to Domestic Airport

Organised by Refugee Rights Action Network

Check out the latest climate action film that makes a compelling call for bold action that is strong enough to tip the balance to build a clean energy future. Featuring interviews with Naomi Klein, Bill McKibben, James Hansen, Naomi Oreskes and more.

Perth Activist Centre, 15/5 Aberdeen St, Perth (next to McIver station)

Hosted by Green Left Weekly.

Fighting Poverty: Strategies for Change

Wednesday June 27 @ 6:30pm

Uniting Church Hall, 1st floor 97 William Street Perth

Hosted by the Anti-Poverty Network (APN) Perth and the Australian Unemployed Workers Union (AUWU) Perth

This fundraising concert will help RRAN to continue its important work, campaiging to end the Australian government's inhumane refugees policies and offer a welcome to newly arrived asylum seekers.

Mojo's Bar, 237 Queen Victoria Street, North Fremantle

$20/$15 concession. Organised by Refugee Rights Action Network.

As a special end of year event the Sustainable Energy Now Committee, along with a number of like-minded organisations, will be screening the Do the Math movie - a 42-minute documentary about the rising movement to change the terrifying math of the climate crisis and challenge the fossil fuel industry. At the State Library Theatre, Perth Cultural Centre.

National Day of Action Against Attacks on Workers Rights

Saturday June 20 @ 11am
Solidarity Park, Parliament Place, Perth

Hosted by the Construction, Forestry Mining and Energy Union WA

In its last term, the Barnett government introduced legislation that would curtail the rights of people with mental illness. This forum will discuss these proposals and the conditions facing people with mental illness and the services meant to support them, in WA.

Perth Activist Centre, 15/5 Aberdeen St, Perth (next to McIver train station).

Weekly campaign meeting. Helenic Club, 75 Stirling Street, Northbridge.

[NB: RRAN will continue to meet through the summer - check the RRAN website for details.]

Aboriginal Lives Matter: Stopping Deaths in Custody: Building Communities, Seeking Justice

Join the Deaths in Custody Watch Committee WA in a public forum to discuss alternatives to incarceration and how we can build communities not prisons.

Speakers include:
Aunty Carol, Ms Dhu's Grandmother
George Newhouse, Human Rights Lawyer
Dr Ethan Blue, Senior Lecturer at UWA

More speakers TBA

Wednesday, March 16 at 6:30 PM
Level 1, 97 William Street, Perth

Organised by the Deaths in Custody Watch Committee WA

With Robin de Crespigny, Kooshyar Karimi & Zoya Phan

Octagon Theatre, Crawley Campus, UWA

Presented by One Just World as part of the Writers Festival


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