Wednesday, November 3, 6.30 pm: Climate Action Newcastle (CAN) meeting. At Hamilton Public School, Cnr Tudor & Steel Sts, Hamilton, opp. Gregson Park. Meets on First Wednesday of every month. Enquiries: 8588 1260 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Fundraising screening "Made in Dagenham" with proceeds going to Union Aid Abroad APHEDA's Pakistan Relief Fund to assist in rebuilding Pakistan.
Cinema Paradiso, Northbridge.
Tickets $20 from Unions WA.
PLEASE BOOK FOR THE GREENS TRIVIA NIGHT AS SOON AS POSSIBLE.
(Individually, or for tables of eight)
NEXT SATURDAY, 6th NOV, 7.00 for 7.30 pm sharp
At: Mayfield Bowling Club, 2a Ingall, Mayfield
Contact: Megan Benson, ph 4997 6522 or: email@example.com
Megan Sassi Memorial Lecture with guest speaker Graeme Innes (federal race discrimination commissioner).
State Library of WA Theatre, Perth Cultural Precinct.
Free or gold coin donation. Light supper served before the lecture. Presented by West Australians for Racial Equality.
For the last nine months Yarra Climate Action Now has ben "rebranding" Richmond Labour MP Richard Wynne every single week in protest at the Brumby government's pro-coal policies. Join the 40th rebranding in a row!
112 Smith Street, Collingwood. Comedy and live music and a birthday cake.
State election candidates Trent Hawkins (Socialist Alliance), Cyndi Dawes (Greens), Jane Garrett ( Labour) will speak at the public forum to discuss the issue of planning in Brunswick. Should there be height limits ? Does the community have enough say ? Will traffic choke our suburb ? Organised by Local Residents' Network.
Clarrie Wohlers Centre, Fleming Park, 51 Albert Street, East Brunswick
Latin American, Australian & Asia Pacific Solidarity gathering centered on the theme of building bridges and global resistance aganinst multinational corporations.
Trades Hall, Cnr Victoria & Lygon Sts, Carlton.
Two climate justice activists from Friends of the Earth Indonesia are joined by Muliadi from Central Kalimantan to discuss Australia's plans for forest offsets in Indonesia. It is not well known that both major parties in Australia rely on using offsets across the whole economy to deal with climate change. The Australian government's "carbon sink" project in Central Kalimantan has affected the peatlands of the area and the livelihoods of local communities.
Room G08, Law Building, University of Melbourne, 185 Pelham Street, Carlton.
Rally and march to oppose the Gillard government's treatment of asylum seekers and to demand an end to the mandatory detention of refugees. Organised by the Refugee Advocacy Network, a broad coalition of organisations and individuals committed to speaking up for refugees.
Protest action against the continued killings, disappearances and displacement of Sri Lankan Tamils by the Government of Sri Lanka and its continued attacks on civil liberties, journalists and denial of media freedom. Organised by Australians for Tamil Rights. Endorsed by Socialist Alliance and others.