GLW Calendar, 2015-07


Whose Australia is it anyway?

Date: Tue 14 Jul, 6:00pm

Whose Australia is it anyway? Politics in the Pub. Speakers include guest Kate Galloway, JCU law academic. Tue July 14, 6pm, Green Ant Cantina, Bunda St. For more information, ph Jonathan 0437 790 306

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Independent and Peaceful Australia Network Conference. Brisbane.

Date: Wed 8 Jul, 4:59pm - Thu 9 Jul, 4:59pm

Wednesday, July 8 - Thursday, July 9 Come to hear Senator Scott Ludlam, Professor Richard Tanter and Professor Kozue Akibayashi address why our 'Dangerous Allies' are threatening our security and why we need an independent and peaceful national agenda. Then join with others from 50 peace groups around Australia in developing our national network focussed on contributing to this agenda. For details and registration visit IPAN. For further information contact Annette 0431 59 7256.

Phone: Annette 0431 597 256


Rally: NAIDOC march.

Date: Fri 10 Jul, 10:00am

Friday, July 10 NAIDOC stands for National Aborigines and Islanders Day Observance Committee. Its origins can be traced to the emergence of Aboriginal groups in the 1920′s which sought to increase awareness in the wider community of the status and treatment of Indigenous Australians. 10am. Aboriginal Health Service, 186 Nicholson St, Fitzroy.

Rally: Protest against Reclaim Australia.

Date: Sat 18 Jul, 10:00am

Saturday, July 18 10am. Parliament House, Spring st, City.

Green Left Weekly Comedy Debate: Abbott is the root of all evil.

Date: Fri 24 Jul, 6:30pm

Friday, July 24 'Nope, nope, nope’; simply living is now a ‘lifestyle choice’; dukes being knighted . . . What does it all mean? Our comedians debate the issues. MC: Rod Quantock With the comic talents of: Ali MC, Kirsty Mac, Minister of UnAustralian Affairs, Morven Smith, Evan Thompson; other TBA. 6:30 pm (for 8pm start). bar & meal available from 6:30pm. Brunswick Town Hall, cnr Sydney Rd & Dawson St, Brunswick. Tickets: $50 solidarity, $30 regular, $22 low-waged, $12 unwaged. Bookings essential. Book online at or phone 9639 8622. A fundraiser for the progressive, non-profit newspaper Green Left Weekly.

Phone: 9639 8622



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Perth and Fremantle

Forgotten Earth: Reconnecting with Nature Fair

Date: Thu 16 Jul, 10:00am

The World Student Environmental Network (WSEN) is proud to invite you to our event Forgotten Earth: Reconnecting with Nature Fair, which takes place on Thursday 16th of July, during the annual WSEN Summit held from the 13th of July to the 18th of July. Tickets now available through Eventbrite for Scott Ludlams speech on cities and nature, and it's free! Just need the ticket to reserve your seat :) The Facebook page for the Summit can be found at: About the Fair: Forgotten Earth: Reconnecting with Nature Fair is a community sustainability event, giving members of the public the opportunity to learn about brand new concepts and ways of sustainable living. The fair has a wide range of activities, including Key-note speeches from prominent Western Australian dignitaries, as well as two discussion panels on important WA topics such as water scarcity and uranium mining in remote communities. Also included in proceedings are a number of educational workshops, demonstrations, stalls for businesses, NGOs' and food and music. Additionally there will be presentations from local high schools as well as international delegates, and a range of children's activities. The fair will appeal to all age groups, as there is something for everyone, and it is a free community event! About WSEN: WSEN is a global organisation dedicated to the development of sustainability through student involvement and advocacy. We have been organizing annual environmental summits over the past 7 years, held in various host universities and countries throughout the world. The summit involves participation from 80 delegates, selected from 40 universities worldwide. About the Summit: In 2015, the annual summit is being held at Murdoch University in Perth, Western Australia. The week-long summit commences this year on Monday 13th of July until Saturday the 18th of July. The summit consists of talks from key-note speakers from greatly varying environmental & sustainability backgrounds, participatory workshops and a community expo event, all promoting a common theme. The theme for this year's summit is "Reconnecting with Nature", which aims to re-establish a deeper connection with nature through informative and inspirational talks, demonstrations, participation and collaboration between delegates, demonstrators, key-note speakers, and the community. For more information, please visit

Rally Against Racism (Perth) - Say No to Reclaim Australia

Date: Sun 19 Jul, 12:00pm - Mon 20 Jul, 12:00am

Recently, rallies have been called throughout Australia by the racist group Reclaim Australia. These rallies have vilified Muslims and migrants, as well as people of other non-white backgrounds, claimed halal food supports terrorism, and called for a return to a White Australia policy. Reclaim Australia say they are not racist, however many of its supporters identify as neo-Nazis. These rallies angered many people who detest the racist and discriminatory treatment of Muslims and migrants. At a demonstration in Melbourne last month, Reclaim Australia were outnumbered 3:1 by anti-racist protesters, sending a very clear message that we will not tolerate hate speech and bigotry. This is a win, but we must keep it up. Reclaim Australia will be attempting to hold another rally on July 19 to promote their vile views. United Against Bigotry and Racism will be calling a counter-rally to show that wherever they attempt to voice their hate speech, people will be there to show them their racism is not welcome. Click 'attending' for information on the upcoming counter-rally and other events. Let’s make our voices louder than theirs - say no to Reclaim Australia. DATE: Sunday 19 July TIME: 12:00 LOCATION: Solidarity Park, Harvest Terrace, Perth, 6005 Organised by United Against Bigotry and Racism

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