Room 107, Mackie Building, Uni of Sydney, Arundel St, Glebe. Organised by Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies and Sydney Peace Foundation.
Sunday, November 3, 1pm
Sydney Town Hall
The Crimes Amendment (Zoe's Law) Bill has seriously negative implications for women's reproductive rights in NSW. It seeks to grant 'personhood' status to foetuses after 20 weeks. This will set a dangerous precedent in a state where the legality of abortion is already ambiguously defined in the Crimes Act.
Initiated by the Activist Teachers Network, Sponsored by the NSW Teachers Federation & Unions NSW. Cyprus Club, 58-76 Stanmore Road, Stanmore.
Watch 15 minutes of film on coal seam gas in Australia, followed by talks and discussion. Drew Hutton – President of the Lock the Gate alliance; Helen Redmond – Doctors for the Environment Australia; Jeremy Buckingham – Greens Mining Spokesperson; Robbert de Weijer – CEO Dart Energy Australia (TBC); Rochelle Porteous, Mayor of Leichhardt. MC – Jamie Parker MP, Member for Balmain
The Tree of Life represents the culmination of drama and story-telling workshops over 7 months and is part of Treehouse Theatre's ongoing project to assist young refugees to honour their past, build resilience for the future and connect with the wider community. At Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre. Thursday August 2nd 10:30am; 1pm. Friday 3rd 1pm, 7pm. $20, $12 conc, $2 for a student in a school group.
Addison Road StirrUp Gallery, 42 Addison Rd, Marrickville
On Sept 9 Inner West Council will hold elections to elect 3 new councillors for each of the 5 wards which form part of this Council. Addison Road Community Centre is organising a Meet-the-Candidates event where the community will be asking the Marrickville Ward candidates about issues affecting us all particularly WestConnex.
Gaelic Club, 1/64 Devonshire St, Surry Hills
The Greens NSW invites all members, supporters, friends, and comrades to an open meeting for left unionists to plan the way forward for the campaign around penalty rates and the ABCC. Following a motion by the CFMEU, Unions NSW has committed to a mass rank and file delegates meeting on the 28th of July which will see activists from all affiliated unions come together to debate the way forward for worker’s rights.
Make a noise to show our support for a more liveable Sydney, and against the proposals for a massive development at the Barangaroo site. Bring your friends, family, dogs. Bring your drums, guitars, horns, whistles…saucepans!
WHERE: 47 – 51 Hickson Road, Millers Point