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Debate hosted by the Australian Museum, featuring Sam Watson and Nigel Parbury. Watson is deputy director of the ATSI Studies Unit of the University of Queensland, novelist, playwright, the Socialist Alliance Indigenous rights spokesperson, and one of the most prominent Aboriginal rights activists in Queensland. Nigel Parbury is a longtime worker in Aboriginal education.

Free entry to debate, normal entry if visiting to Museum exhibitions.

Australian Museum, 6 College Street Sydney.

"Making Peace with the Earth" is the topic of the lecture by noted Indian environmentalist, eco-feminist & human rights activist Vandana Shiva.

Concert Hall, Sydney Opera House

Cnr Mallett St & Pyrmont Bridge Rd
A community protest called by Camperdown Residents Aware of WestConnex (CRAW) at a new drill site at the likely Camperdown mid-dive site for the proposed M4-M5 Link eight-lane road tollway tunnel. Please bring a sign or banner if you have or can make one, where Stop WestCONnex t-shirt if possible.
Facebook event ​

March 13, 5.30pm. Sydney Town Hall then march to NewsCorp

Once of the most celebrated and inspiring films of the year, hailed in France, focuses on the struggle of a 17 year old to reach a loved one, and safety.

Donation entry, hot soup and drinks avail.

Starts at the Resistance Centre after the refugee rights rally. 23 Abercrombie St, Chippendale.

Balmain Town Hall, 366 Darling St, Balmain
Meet the candidates who will be running for election in the Balmain Ward in the Inner West Council elections on September 9. Organised by Friends of Callan Park.
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The Office of Coal Seam Gas has given AGL approval to frack four coal seam gas wells in Gloucester. On August 31, an AGL well 170 metres from homes in Spring Farm leaked for hours. Gloucester residents do not want fracking 300 metres from homes.

Organised by CSG Free Western Sydney.

101 Miller Street, North Sydney.

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