Room 1.11, UTS Building 5, Haymarket Campus, Quay St, Ultimo. Presented by Civil Societies at University of Technology.
Speakers include Nour Tarraf and Omar Mostafa (Egyptian activists, just back from Cairo); Ashraf (Syrian democracy activist); Gennaro Gervasio (Macquarie Uni); Sara Poya (Iranian activist, Sydney Uni)
50 Susan St, Auburn (Australian Turkish-Kurdish Community Services Cooperative)
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Can you be inspired in world of Trump, climate catastrophe and rising beer prices? In his Sydney Fringe Comedy solo show, comic and Green Left columnist Carlo Sands asks the big questions over three nights of gloriously inspired* comedy. All proceeds to Green Left Weekly.
Wed Sept 27, 7pm
Fri Sept 29, 7pm
Sun Oct 1, 6pm
The Factory Theatre: 105 Victoria Road, Marrickville, New South Wales 2204
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.
Hyde Park North, Sydney
After 4 years of hell on Nauru & Manus, and on the 4th anniversary of Kevin Rudd's "PNG Solution", it's time to #CloseTheCamps & #BringThemHere. Organised by: GetUp!, RAC Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Canberra, RRAN Perth, DASSAN Darwin, Rural Australians for Refugees, Teachers for Refugees, Mums 4 Refugees, Grandmothers Against Detention & more.
Have you ever wondered if the money our Government spends on aid is
really helping to alleviate poverty?
Join AID/WATCH for the launch of ‘Where is Your Aid Money Going?’ our
online guide to the complex world of aid and development. The guide
aims to give you information on where your aid money goes and tools
Also being launched is the international report, Reality of Aid 2010,
“Aid and Development Effectiveness: Towards Human Rights, Social
Justice and Democracy”.
WHERE: Darlington Centre, University of Sydney, 174 City Road,
Songs for Social Justice is a gathering to share our rich treasury of songs, to meet other music-lovers and to encourage more music into our movement for change.
It starts with a concert on the Friday night, then a weekend of sharing songs, teaching songs, writing songs and being surrounded by the songs that our social change movement produces. Weekend tickets are $50 (or $35 concession) and you can come to a single day for $20 ($15 concession).
Fri August 24, 8.15pm - Gaelic Club, Upstairs, 64 Devonshire St, Surry Hills.
Mackie Building, Department of Peace and Conflict Studies, The University of Sydney
Occupy this Invasion: "An art Exhibition examining Social and Economic inequality" (is still taking expressions of interest) Little Fish Gallery is proud to present its latest group show inspired by the global occupy movement and marks the Jan 26th indigenous Invasion day.