Rally at Sydney Town Hall. Organised by Stop the War Coalition
The Sydney Kurdish Youth Society will be holding a picnic for Kurdish community in Sydney in October for upcoming season of Spring (Bahar). Please join us on this day for a day of live entertainment, cultural dance, food, and kids' entertainment. See you there!
Singers on the day:
The event will include:
- Gozlleme and Crepe pan cakes will be sold at the park on the day
- BBQ and Drinks will be sold on the day
- Slushie machine drinks will be available to purchase
The monthly organising meeting of SRACSG to organise activities to stop Coal Seam Gas mining in St Peters, and in Sydney as a whole. The group meets on the 4th Saturday of the month
Town and Country Hotel, Unwin's Bridge Rd, St Peters
Meet at the UNSW Library lawns. Fight to stop huge fee increases at UNSW. Join UNSW's rally against greater student debt.
Edgeworth David Building, Sydney University
Stand united against Israel's closing of Al Aqsa Mosque compound, which is yet another step in Israel's agenda of annexing Jerusalem. Enter via Parramatta Rd footbridge.
Join Socialist Alliance on the 100th anniversary of IWD, to toast the militant traditions of IWD and celebrate revolutionary women who have fought for a better world.
Breakfast from 10am with delicious coffee, pancakes, fruit & more, at the Resistance Centre, 23 Abercrombie St, Chippendale.
Then join the Alliance's contingent to the IWD rally & march, starting at noon, Sydney Town Hall
Socialist Alliance Sydney West
Public Forum: How we can defeat the CSG Goliath?
Sat Feb 16, 2pm
Parramatta Activist Centre, 3/29 Macquarie St, Parramatta
Come along to discuss the campaign against CSG in Western Sydney and how we can beat the CSG mining industry.
Hosted by Socialist Alliance. Cheap lunch available from 1pm. For more infomation ring Fred 0412 556 527.
Guest speakers Federico Fuentes & Kiraz Janicke, Green Left Weekly journalists based in Caracas for the last 3 years.
While the mainstream media either ignores or demonizes Venezuela, there are remarkable steps being taken in building real community and worker democracy. Come and hear about the grassroots creation of communes, councils and workers control - and how the recent elections will impact the future of this experiment in social change.
Organised by Socialist Alliance and Green Left Weekly
Politics In the Pub, Harold Park Hotel, Glebe
Speakers: Richard Broinowski, former Ambassador, author of Fact or Fission – the truth about Australia's nuclear ambitions; Dave Sweeney, Anti-Nuclear Campaigner, Australian Conservation Foundation.
The Australian government eradicated free education in higher education in 1989, with the introduction of Higher Education Contribution Scheme (HECS). Since then, ALP and Liberal governments have been reducing funding, relying on international students fees to boost income, causualised staff, and implimented cuts to courses and staff. Come and hear about the battle against the neo-liberal agenda against education in Australia, Quebec and Chile with Susan Price, co-convenor and vice-president of the NTEU NSW branch, and Casey Thompson, student activist Sydney University.