Seymour Centre, Chippendale
Right now, multinational mining company Adani wants to build the biggest coal mine in Australia’s history. If it goes ahead, the coal from this mine would single-handedly tip the planet above the safe limit of warming agreed at the Paris climate talks.Travelling from Townsville to Melbourne, renowned speakers from around the world and Australia will outline how we can win this fight.
Seymour Centre, Chippendale
Speakers include Kamal Fadel, Polisario (Western Saharan) Ambassador to Australia; Clinton Fernandes,Senior Lecturer, School of Humanities and Social Sciences, UNSW; Gennaro Gervasio, Senior Lecturer, Macquarie University
Sydney Law School, Uni of Sydney
Australia-Venezuela Solidarity Network and the Sydney Latin American Film Festival present a new documentary that looks at one of the most exciting experiments in the world to grow a fair and sustainable food system.
In Venezuela, from fishing villages to cacao plantations to urban gardens, a growing social movement is showing what's possible when communities, not corporations, start to take control of food.
Q & A with filmmaker Simon Cunich after the screening.
Free entry, but bookings essential. Sponsored by the Venezuelan Embassy in Australia.
Uranium Free NSW and Cinema Politica present films in support of the fight against the proposed waste dump in the Flinders Ranges. Speakers will include Adnyamathanha Traditional Owner Juanella McKenzie, Birrugan Dunn-Velasco, Nat Wasley, and more. The Settlement, Redfern.
Rally at Villawood Detention Centre. Gurney Rd (near Cnr Brown St), Villawood.
Organised by Refugee Action Coalition.
Harold Park Hotel, 70A Ross Street, Glebe.
Workplace Bullying, Regulating the Regulators. When The Bullying Regulator fails to take care of its own. Speakers:-1. David Shoebridge, Greens MLC, NSW Parliament; 2. Anne Gardner, General Secretary Public Service Association
PM Malcolm Turnbull's electorate office, 287-289 New South Head Rd, Edgecliff
A gathering outside Turnbulls office to call on the federal government to support the return of the Gweagal Artefacts stolen in 1770 and currently held by the British Museum. The descendants of the Gweagle Clan of the Dharawal Tribe have demanded the return of these artefacts.
Sarah Irving, co-author of Gaza: Beneath the Bombs in conversation with independent author and journalist Antony Loewenstein. In association with Coalition for Justice & Peace in Palestine.
Gleebooks, 49 Glebe Point Road, Sydney NSW. Entry $10/$7.
Pip Hinman will take a critical look at the Socialist Alliance's own party-building experiences over the last 12 years. She will also touch on some experiences of parties that have brought socialists from different traditions into the same organisation.
Venue: Resistance Bookshop, 22 Mountain Street, Ultimo