Politics In The Pub, Harold Park Hotel, Glebe
An evening with Linda Burney, Labor MP for Barton. Dinner and snacks from 5pm. Parking Wigram Rd or side streets, buses: 433 from Circular Quay and 370 from Coogee.

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Latin American musicians, DJs, dancers and food! Special appearance by Danny Sanchez, Reggaeton: Pocho Man, Jorge Martinez, DJ Gato Felix. Salsa, Samba, Cumbia, Merengue, Reggaeton!

Tickets $15 or $10 conc (children under 10 free). Organised by the Latin American Social Forum.

The Great Hall, Addison Rd Community Centre, Addison Rd, Marrickville.

Join a discussion on the issues surrounding climate change and how we can work together to acheive our visions for a sustainable future. Workshops include: Creating Sustainable Cities: Public Transport, housing and urban design in Sydney's west. Carbon Tax and Climate Change: The consequences for workers rights and the environment. Powering the Future: Coal Seam Gas Vs Renewable Energies - Food, Consumerism and Sustainability. Immigration, Population and Refugees. Plus Film Screening of Growing Change - A journey into Venezuela's food revolution. 9am registration $40/$20/$10 conc.

Sydney Town Hall Square
Peaceful protest:
- Stop the Australian Citizenship Legislation Amendment Bill
- Lift the freeze on citizenship applications - process them now
- No to racism, stop the attacks on migrants
- Stop misrepresenting existing requirements for citizenship

A brand new, powerful film that analyses the factors involved in rape and sexual assault cases. "Career prosecutor Anne Munch examines how societal attitudes influence legal cases involving sexual assault, and shows how rape cases frequently turn on the involvement of an 'unnamed conspirator' - the complex of myths and stories we tell ourselves as a culture about sex, gender, power, and responsibility." The film's focus on victim-blaming also explains some of the appalling commentary surrounding the tragic death of Jill Meagher. Wed Oct 31, 7pm. Red Rattler, Marrickville. Entry 50cents.

A forum on building support for the campaign to Boycott, Divest from, and Sanction Israel. Speakers: Mal Tulloch (CFMEU NSW Asst Sec who has visited Gaza and the West Bank); Paul McAleer (MUA Sydney Branch Sec); Rihab Charida (Palestinian Activist in BDS Sydney); Pip Hinman (Socialist Alliance activist in Stop the War Coalition).

As the Gillard government and Abbott opposition continue to sink to new lows on refugee rights, and refugees continue to take their own lives through utter despair in detention camps, the ALP conference is a crucial time to stand up for change and for human rights and justice for refugees.
Meet 12pm Sydney Town Hall and march to ALP Conference, Darling Harbour for a 1pm rally outside the national Labor conference. Speakers: Ged Kearney (President, ACTU); Shane Price (NSW Co-convenor, Labor for Refugees); Ian Rintoul (Refugee Action Coalition)
Hazara and Tamil refugees.

Politics In the Pub, Harold Park Hotel, Glebe
Speakers: Dr Con Costa GP; Dr Arthur Chesterfield-Evans GP.
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Where: The Gaelic Club, 1/64 Devonshire St, Surry Hills

Politics In the Pub (Surry Hills): Join Corinne Fisher (Campaign Coordinator Total Environment Centre and NCC) Dr Oisin Sweeney (Ecologist NPAS) Gregory Miller (Film-maker "Cultivating Murder") to explore the tragic consequences of conflict over land clearing in NSW; the government's new bio-diversity and land clearing laws; the betrayal of a grieving family and the ongoing campaign to save our trees and wild life in NSW.

Professor Jane McAdam, UNSW, considers the impact of climate change on populations. Predictions are that some 250 million people may be displaced by climate change by 2050. Are these dire predictions likely to come true, and if so, are existing legal and policy frameworks equipped to assist people seeking protection?

Venue: Law Building, UNSW Kensington Campus, Anzac Pde, Kensington


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