UTS Faculty of Law
Rally: Noon, Town Hall Square, George Street, Sydney.
Bradley Manning is a US Army soldier accused of passing information to Wikileaks, including videos of American airstrikes killing civilians in Iraq and Afghanistan, and over 250,000 diplomatic cables many of which reveal vast differences between the public statements and the actions of numerous governments.
Room 107, Mackie Building, Uni of Sydney, Arundel St, Glebe. Organised by Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies and Sydney Peace Foundation.
Sydney Town Hall Sq
International action with rallies and marchs in 38 countries. At 11.30am march to Hyde Park (via Bathurst St) for 12pm rally at Hyde Park (Cnr Elizabeth & Park Street) with music, talks and networking.
Where: Belmore Park (near Central Station)
A 'people’s vote of no confidence' in government policies and decisions that go against common principles of humanity, decency, fairness, social justice and equity, democratic governance, responsible global citizenship and conserving our natural heritage.
End the political killings, human rights abuses and environmental destruction This is an invitation to participate as a community in solidarity with Hondurans resistaing the continuation of a brutal internationally coordinated military coup and honour to those resisters that have been murdered in the month of May 2012 among the many that have been gone before them. As part of an International Day of Solidarity with Honduras. Saturday 23rd June 11am Iberoamerican Plaza Central Station (near Devonshire).
SAT AUG 29, 4-6pm
Sydney Town Hall Sq.
In solidarity with the Aug 29-30 Bersih4 mass protest for democracy in Malaysia, support rallies are being held all around the world.
Since 1980 there have been over 400 Aboriginal deaths in custody nationally and no police, jail or custodial health officer has ever been found guilty of any crime in an Australian court of law. From TJ Hickey to Mulrunji Doomadgee to Mr Ward to Veronica Baxter, horrors continue against Aboriginal people without any repercussions for the perpetrators or the system.
Meet at the fence line where TJ Hickey died, Tarunga units, crn George and Philip Street Redfern
Supreme Court of NSW, Law Courts Building, Queens Square, Sydney
Jonathan Moylan is facing up to 10 years jail and up to $765,000 in fines for a creative action drawing attention to the controversial Whitehaven coal mine, and ANZ’s ongoing finance of destructive coal projects. And now a principled young man who took action for future generations is being faced with heavy penalties, whilst corporate criminals avoid prosecution.
The NTEU, NSW Teachers Fed and LHMU are organising a one day conference on Climate Change. The education and service sector unions must organise for just transitions to a sustainable future. We need to look at the power of these
industries and work locally to shift that power towards sustainability. This conference will look at how workers can create
that change in their industries. Union members will give talks and hold workshops on projects they are currently undertaking in their workplaces.
NSW Teachers' Federation Conference Centre, 23-33 Mary St Surry Hills.