Red Cinema

Exit through the gift shop. An hilarious disaster movie that tracks - or tries to track- the infamous graffiti artist Bansky. Dinner available. All welcome.

Red Cinema

Locked Out. Find out what happens when a very small town dependent on a very big employer fights back against cuts to wages and conditions. Dinner available. All welcome.

Red Cinema

Our Generation. The most important film on indigenous rights in years. This film exposes the devastating impact of the government's "intervention".

Food Matters

Screening of this new documentary on modern food and health. Directors James Colquhoun and Laurentine ten Bosch. Sat July 16, 8pm, Arthouse, 240 Scott St (via McCoombe St). Tickets are $8/$5 at the door (opens 7pm)

Will Climate Change Refugees Exist?

Professor Jane McAdam, UNSW, considers the impact of climate change on populations. Predictions are that some 250 million people may be displaced by climate change by 2050. Are these dire predictions likely to come true, and if so, are existing legal and policy frameworks equipped to assist people seeking protection?

Venue: Law Building, UNSW Kensington Campus, Anzac Pde, Kensington

After Fukushima: The future of nuclear power as seen by the Japanese Greens

Come along and hear leading members of the Japanese Greens, Rikiya Adachi and Namiho Matsumoto talk about their country's experience with nuclear energy after the massive accident at the Fukushima nuclear plant.
Join in the discussion about the implications for Australia as one of the world's largest suppliers of uranium. Be part of the debate about the future of nuclear power in Australia and around the world. Organised by Greens MP John Kaye, RSVPs appreciated.

Sydney Mechanics School of Arts, 280 Pitt St

Public Lecture: Human rights, refugees and asylum seekers

With Keynote speakers: Professor Stephen Castles, University of Sydney & Associate Director International Migration Institute, University of Oxford; The Hon Catherine Branson QC, President of the Australian Human Rights Commission & Human Rights Commissioner; Followed by a roundtable discussion with:
Prabha Gulati - Asylum Seekers Centre of NSW; Abdul Karim Hekmat Fairfield Migrant Resource Centre; Paul Power – Refugee Council of Australia; Kate Temby –Australian Human Rights Commission. Free event.

Australian Human Rights Commission, Level 3, 175 Pitt Street, Sydney

ERC Afternoon Tea for the Future "Kiribati Youth and Climate Change"

Kateia Kaikai from Kiribati will present two interesting short films on ‘Kiribati Youth & Climate Change’, which were first screened during the United Nation Conference in Copenhagen, December 2009 and the UNICEF Pacific Islands Conference in Fiji. Kiribati is on the frontline of those islands affected by Climate Change. $5/2.

Edmund Rice Centre, 15 Henley Road, Homebush West (Flemington Station)


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