An exhibition of photographs and information about the situation of Palestinian refugees, focusing on communities in Hebron. The events program includes an indoor market, a forum at 3pm, film screening at 5:30pm, and live music and delicious food and drink throughout the day. Donation; 12:00pm-8:00pm; Leichhardt Town Hall; for further details contack Miriam Pellicano on 0414 589 643, email email@example.com, or visit the website or Facebook. Saturday 23 June, Leichhardt
Equal pay supporters across the country will rally in every capital city to acknowledge the past struggles for
equal pay, and to recognize that we are not there yet. Community Workers have an Equal Pay test case underway that can make a dent in the 17 percent pay gap. Help make the government Pay Up – No more lip service to equal pay.
Sydney Town Hall
Where: Community and Public Sector Union, Level 7, 191-199 Thomas St, Sydney
Inside Job is a crucial film at a time of ongoing economic crisis and the new Occupy movement changing the world.
The film offers a clear picture of what is behind the global meltdown, from the deep corruption that profits few at the expense of many, to the injustice of bail outs for the corporates and pain for the homeless.
With Europe & the US in turmoil, and the Occupy movement challenging the rule "of the 1%", Inside Job helps us understand the rot in the system, in order that we can change it.
Resistance Centre, 22-36 Mountain Street, Ultimo
The eruption of the brutal Islamic State in the Middle East has placed the Kurdish people In Iraq, Syria and Turkey at the centre of the political stage.
The most effective opposition to the Islamic State killers has come from the revolutionary democratic wing of the Kurdish freedom movement — the Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK), and the People’s Protection Units and Women’s Protection Units in Rojava in northern Syria.
Discussions on the union fightback against O'Farrell's anti-worker laws; a reportback from the SA national council meeting; socialist education plans + brief update on Greece & Europe in revolt.
At the NEW Resistance Centre, 22 Mountain St, Ultimo.
Cultural Flows première
The Mutthi Mutthi and Wadi Wadi Indigenous nations and Friends of the Earth Sydney would like to invite you to the Sydney premiere of Cultural Flows, two beautifully shot new documentaries that explore the intricate connections between rivers, community, country and culture.
The premiere will take place on Wednesday 11 September 6.30 pm at the University of Sydney, Education Faculty Building (building A35) Lecture Theatre 351 (next to the Manning Bar). For a map of the venue: http://sydney.edu.au/education_social_work/about/location/
Help commemorate Palestinian Land Day with Mayor of Marrickville, Fiona Byrne, talking about her council’s support for Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions; Ray Jackson, Indigenous Social Justice Association + music and poetry from Phil Monsour, Farid Farid, Hungry Phelan & the Okapi Guitar Band.
Rally at Sydney Town Hall Square
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.
Eyewitness accounts of Aboriginal communities which are challenging the racist Northern Territory Intervention, which was launched by the Howard Government and extended under the ALP. 50 activists travelled from NSW and Qld to support the Aboriginal struggle - come and hear their stories.
Forum at 2pm, followed by a party from 5pm to launch the new West Activist Centre. Organised by Parramatta Socialist Alliance.
West Activist Centre, Lev 1, 3/29 Macquarie St, Parramatta