9 murdered peace activists, 1400 murdered in Gaza...JUSTICE NOW FOR PALESTINE!
End the siege of Gaza, Break ties with Israel

With the murder of peace activists who were attempting to carry much needed food, clothes and medicine to the besieged people of Gaza, the world is seeing the brutal crimes of Israel. Now is the time we must act for justice - for those peace activists killed and injured, for the 1400 Gazan residents who were killed during Israel's war on Gaza, and for those who continue face occupation and injustice in Palestine.

Australia’s climate action could be more ambitious and determined. Guest speaker: Connie Hedegaard, former EU Commissioner for Climate Action. Tue Aug 25, 6.30pm. Sydney Town Hall. Bookings visit; ph 136 100.

Exhibition runs Weds 22nd June to Sun 26th June, 11am-4pm. Free, all welcome. Hosted by the students of Eora College and AINSW Demand Dignity Action Group.

Boomalli Aboriginal Artists Cooperative, 55-57 Flood St, Leichhardt.

Vigil in solidarity with the Australian contingent who will be sailing on the Freedom Flotilla II soon, and to prepare campaigners in the face of attacks from Israel.

Town Hall Square, George St, City

The St George and Sutherland Shire group of Amnesty International Australia will screen the film ‘Our Generation’ as part of its Homelands campaign. The National Director of ANTAR, Jacqui Phillips, has agreed to speak at the event regarding the future of remote Aboriginal communities in the NT.

A powerful and timely investigation into the media's role in war, tracing the history of 'embedded' and independent reporting from the carnage of World War One to the destruction of Hiroshima, and from the invasion of Vietnam to the current war in Afghanistan and disaster in Iraq. As weapons and propaganda become even more sophisticated, the nature of war is developing into an 'electronic battlefield' in which journalists play a key role, and civilians are the victims. Includes an interview with WikiLeaks founder and editor-in-chief Julian Assange.

PM Malcolm Turnbull's electorate office, 287-289 New South Head Rd, Edgecliff

Geoffrey Watson, SC, former counsel assisting NSW ICAC and Michael Ahrens.Transparency International Australia on corruption in Australia and why we need a watchdog with teeth in Canberra. Bar opens at 6PM. Come early to get a seat. Venue 5 min from Central Station. All welcome!
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Politics In the Pub, Gaelic Club, 1st Flr, 64 Devonshire Street, Surry Hills
Speakers: Ruby Hamad, Fairfax Media Columnist; Bilal Rauf, Barrister and Community Advocate.
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Featuring Mark Fordham, Former CDEP co-ordinator Ampilatwatja community.

Rally demands: guarantee the 500 treatened Shire jobs; End compulsory income management; End forcing Aboriginal people to work for the Basics Card; Massive investment in job creation & services in all Aboriginal communities.

Sydney Town Hall. Organised by Stop the intervention Collective Sydney

Join Socialist Alliance for lunch after the International Women's Day march. Our special guest speaker is Sonia Qadir, a visiting socialist feminist from Pakistan. Also speaking: Paula Sandchez on how the Cuban Revolution advanced women's liberation.
$10/$5 concession.
Earlier, we will be joining the Sydney International Women's day march which starts at 10am, at the Archibald Fountain, Hyde Park North and march to Tumbalong Park., Darling Harbour.


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