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Haberfield Library, 78 Dalhousie St, Haberfield
Council Election Candidates for the Leichhardt ward (which includes Haberfield) have been invited to address the Haberfield Association's AGM.
There will be an opportunity to ask questions including where they stand on Westconnex and any other issues. You don't have to be a member of the Haberfield Association to attend, but it would be a good opportunity to join at a low membership fee of only $10 per family per year.

A powerful and timely investigation into the media's role in war, tracing the history of 'embedded' and independent reporting from the carnage of World War One to the destruction of Hiroshima, and from the invasion of Vietnam to the current war in Afghanistan and disaster in Iraq. As weapons and propaganda become even more sophisticated, the nature of war is developing into an 'electronic battlefield' in which journalists play a key role, and civilians are the victims. Includes an interview with WikiLeaks founder and editor-in-chief Julian Assange.

Sydney Commemoration Concert Sunday March 10, 5-7pm.

To commemorate 2 years since the Fukushima nuclear disaster, people directly affected will visit Australia to share their stories.

Speakers: Akira Kawasaki, Peace Boat Organisation, Tokyo Hasegawa Kenichi, a farmer from the Iitate Village, Fukushima Tomohiro Matsuoka, Japanese for Peace, Melbournenoon.

NSW Teachers Federation Auditorium 37 Reservoir Street, Surry Hills (near Central Station)

Free Public Lecture from Anna Baltzer, author of 'Witness in Palestine: A Jewish American Woman in
the Occupied Territories', activist for Palestinian rights, granddaughter of Holocaust refugees. She has been a
volunteer with the International Women’s Peace Service in the West Bank and supported Palestinian-led nonviolent resistance to the Occupation. Among many public appearances she has featured most recently on the
Jon Stewart Daily Show alongside Palestinian presidential candidate and nonviolence leader Dr. Mustafa Barghouti.

Shop 23, Grd Flr Tattersalls Centre, 510-534 High St, Penrith
Say No To WestConnex. Say No To Tolls at office of the minister for WestConnex & Member for Penrith, Stuart Ayres. Organised by a coalition of groups campaigning against WestConnex right across Metropolitan Sydney.
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The Refugee Week event at Auburn Diversity Services will be in the form of fun and engaging multicultural breakfast, which will celebrate our clients from refugee backgrounds. We are hoping to really involve our clients through their participation in client testimonials, performances, and preparing food. 10:00am-2:00pm; 17 Macquarie Rd, Auburn 2144 (Auburn Diversity Services Inc) for more information contact Julia Ghedelela on (02) 9649 4688, email julia@auburndiversity.org.au, or visit http://www.auburndiversity.org.au/

* Free the refugees - let them land, let them stay *Close the gap - Scrap the NT Intervention * End the wars - Justice for Palestine

With Father Dave Smith; Afghan refugee Hadi Zaher; Tamil activist Sarada Nathan; Socialist Alliance Grayndler candidate Pip Hinman; Ellouise Davis from Newtown Neighbourhood Centre; The Greens.

Meet at the 'I Have a Dream' Mural, King Street, Newtown (near Newtown Station & Newtown Neighbourhood Centre)

Kent St Fire Station, Sydney
Gather on the forecourt of the Fire Station in Kent Street and march down Kent Street to the Village Green in support in support of the remaining tenants of Sirius, Dawes Point & Millers Point who are determined to stay in their community. Everybody welcome to join us in a sausage sizzle. 12noon-4pm.

Redfern Community Centre, Hugo St, Redfern. Organised by Aust Sex and/or Gender Diverse Alliance (ASAGDA).

REMEMBERING THE FIRST "PLEBISCITE" IN 1916.

Friday 28th October 2016 is the centenary of the day in 1916 when
Australians voted "NO!" in a referendum rejecting the forced
conscription of soldiers into the First World War.

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