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Come and find out the facts about climate change with a focus on impacts on Western Australia, and how you can get involved with Extinction Rebellion to become part of a peaceful social movement for system change.

Arrive for nibbles and soup at 6:00, Talk starts at 6:30 sharp


Forests For Climate, Forests For Life!

Online Forum: Victoria's Healthcare Disaster: Lessons from Covid-19.

Victoria, more than any other state or territory in Australia has had a prolonged and difficult outbreak of COVID-19 resulting in over 500 deaths to date, over 3000 healthcare workers testing positive, extended lockdowns, curfew and heavy policing.

Join us for a discussion on how the pandemic has impacted Victoria and our healthcare system, how it is that Victoria got to this point and lessons we can learn going forward.

Guest speakers include:

Forests For Climate, Forests For Life!

Online action: Knitting Nannas and Friends have stopped our weekly vigil in Martin Place in keeping with current health advice, but we’ve been busier than ever with online activities.This is a crucial time for actions to oppose Santos’ Narrabri Gas Project. If you'd like to join us send us a message and include a phone number. Hosted by Sydney Knitting Nannas And Friends.

We are excited to announce another fantastic line up of speakers for the third webinar in the Yellowcake Country series - uranium and nuclear weapons.

Join former federal Senator and ICAN Ambassador Scott Ludlam, ICAN co-founder Dimity Hawkins and former federal Labor Minister and ICAN Ambassador Melissa Parke.
Cohosted by Dave Sweeney and K-A Garlick.

What: Webinar – Uranium and Nuclear Weapons
When: Wednesday 5 August, 5.30pm - 7pm AWST (7.30pm AEST, 7pm SA/NT; 5.30pm WA)
Where: Online Zoom. Please register at

Public Forum to address the threat to the Donnelly River by the Southern Forest Irrigation Scheme.

Clean State invites you to a major community event showcasing our ambitious plan for 200,000 jobs through climate action in WA!

In WA, we’re lucky enough to have some of the best renewable energy resources, biodiversity, and technological capacity in the world. As we start to emerge from lockdown, we have a huge opportunity in front of us to become a world leader in clean jobs and climate action. 

Reflecting on recent events around the world and the Black Lives Matter movement, this will be an in-depth discussion focusing on race relations, diversity and inclusion. With a global focus, speakers will look at the historical factors contributing to the systemic racism that many around the world are subjected to, and explore what can be done to affect real and lasting change as we move forward.

The GWUN sisters warmly invite you to our on-line forum on the impacts of the global pandemic on working women.

It’s widely recognised that women have been on the front lines of the pandemic and have also lost more jobs, more pay and more work hours than me. Our speakers will discuss a range of issues affecting working women followed by time for questions and discussion.

Please join us via the Zoom link below.


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