Miko Peled in Newcastle

Miko Peled will be speaking in the Newcastle Trades Hall meeting room on the
topic of “Moving Towards a Democracy in Israel/Palestine” amongst
other things.

Newcastle Trades Hall meeting room
2nd Floor 406-408 King St, Newcastle Trades Hall Council

For further information contact Gary Kennedy on 0438 550508.

Why the son of an Israeli general is speaking out for Palestine

A public forum with Israeli peace activist, Miko Peled. His grandfather was an original signatory on the Israeli Declaration of Independence. His father was an Israeli soldier in 1948 and a general during the 1967 war. In this forum he explains why he is speaking out against Israel’s Apartheid policies and for justice for Palestine.

Alexander Lecture Theatre, (ALEX 106:157), Ground Floor, Arts Building, UWA

Organised by Friends of Palestine

Humour from my pen

Australian premiere of an exhibition of artwork by Gerardo Hernandez of the Cuban Five. The exhibition will be opened by Cuban consul general to Australia Reinaldo Garcia-Perera.

KURB Gallery, 312a William St, Northbridge

Free. Organised by Australia-Cuba Friendship Society.

MORE INFO: Following the opening on Saturday 1st the exhibition will run from Sunday 2 to Friday 7 October open 2 to 7pm

Everyone is welcome. This exhibition is part of the international campaign to free the Cuban Five unjustly held in US prisons.

Stand up for renewable energy! Let's move beyond fossil fuels.

1-2pm, Sat 24th September
240 St Georges Terrace

On September 24, people around the planet are walking, cycling, skating, moving - taking part in Moving Planet, to demand the changes to move us away from fossil fuels, for a safe climate future.

Join us outside Woodside Petroleum’s Perth offices, and move with us into the city, to symbolise our call to move beyond fossil fuels and towards renewable energy.

We are calling for
• 100% renewable energy by 2020
• no gas hub in the Kimberley
• no fracking in WA
• phasing out coal, oil and gas.

Too Many People?

Book Launch
Meet Simon Butler and Ian Angus, the authors of "Too Many People? Population, Immigration and the Environmental Crisis." Downstairs, Geelong Trades Hall, 127 Myers St City. Presented by Socialist Alliance.


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