Out of prison, out of foster care - Bring the Children Home
Unite with Aboriginal people’s defence of Human Rights


An inspiring feature film starring Charlize Therron, depicting the story of Lois Jenson and the landmark case that changed sexual harassment law. Donation entry $8 / $5conc, fundraiser for Green Left Weekly.

EngageMedia and Indonesian Solidarity invite the public to watch films and share stories on video activism and open licensing in Indonesia, and Southeast Asia, and asking for your participation in making videos as the tool for change.

Yerry Niko Borang - Indonesian Content and Outreach Coordinator, based in Jakarta. ( ). Alexandra Crosby - Communications Coordinator ( ); Enrico Aditjondro – Southeast Asia Editor, who has lived and worked in Indonesia, West Papua, the US, Australia and Timor Leste.

Addison Road Community Centre, 142 Addison Road, Marrickville.
Commemorate the 67th year since the Palestinian Nakba with an evening of Palestinian history, Q&A, entertainment, trivia, a fundraising auction and food! Auction to raise funds of the Gaza Childrens Fund. Entry $10.
Organised by the Palestine Action Group.

Three great films over two days.
Friday 27th January 6:30pm 'Our Generation - The Struggle for Aboriginal rights today'
Saturday 28th January 1:30pm 'A well-founded fear' - a documentary about refugees deported to danger
Saturday 28th January 3pm 'Ningla A Na' - The Historic Battle to establish the Aboriginal Tent Embassy 40 years ago.
All films at the Resistance Centre 22 Mountain St, Ultimo. $5/$10 entry

107 Projects, 107 Redfern St, Redfern
Redfern’s premier creative hub 107 will be home to Refugee Week events as part of the New Beginnings: Refugee Arts & Culture Festival. Come and be inspired, challenged and informed through a mix of visual arts, film, installations and workshops.
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Special public forum with guest speaker from Venezuela, Dr Steve Ellner, researcher, writer and lecturer at the Universidad de Oriente in Puerto La Cruz, Venezuela. Ellner also teaches in the Chavez government's university based Mission Sucre, and has authored books including: Rethinking Venezuelan Politics: Class, Polarization and the Chávez Phenomenon; Venezuela's Movimiento al Socialismo: From Guerrilla Defeat to Electoral Politics; and Organized Labor in Venezuela, l958-l991: Behaviour and Concerns in a Democratic Setting.

Harold Park Hotel, 70A Ross Street, Glebe

Speakers: Amanda Perkins, union activist; Dr Shaun Wilson, Sociology Macquarie University

Gumbramorra Hall, Addison Rd Community Centre, Marrickville
Fundraiser for WestCONnex protest legal fund with the Little Big Uke Band. Dinner, snacks and drinks for sale. $26/$21 conc, $10 kids 10-14, under 10s free. More info:
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This book looks at the Stronger Futures legislation and shows how the Government chose to ignore the views and ideas expressed by many Aboriginal people of the Northern Territory communities. Launched by Graeme Mundine, Deni Langman and Jeff McMullen. Mon Nov 5, 6pm. Gleebooks, 49 Glebe Point Rd, Glebe.


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