Level 3, Trades Hall Council Chambers, 127 Myers Street, Geelong.
Workers' Safety - are we going backwards? Guest speaker, Martin Kingham, former Victorian CFMEU Secretary. $40/$30 or $20. Trades Hall, 127 Myers St, Geelong. Bookings on 52226900.
Phil Monsour recently returned from Palestine and Lebanon will open the night by recounting his experiences with new songs, and images taken during the APHEDA Middle East Study tour.
All proceeds to Union Aid Abroad- APHEDA projects in the West Bank, Lebanon and the Gaza Strip.
Kurilpa Hall 174 Boundary St West End
$25/20 (children under 12 free). Bookings essential. RSVP 22 May.
Come and see the images of the community, culture and country under threat of a national nuclear waste dump. Northcote Library, 32-38 Separation St, Northcote.
Save the date for a night of trivia and fun with Anti-Nuclear Clean Energy campaigners. Questions to make you laugh and questions to educate! Food and alcohol will be available. Uniting Church Hall, 251 High St, Northcote.
Activist Centre 225 Murray Street Hobart. Ph 6234 6397.
Forum with Dr Ramzi Khoury, a documentary-maker, journalist and UN advisor who is visiting from Palestine.
Dr Khoury leads the Palestine Network; a 23-country network of Palestinians and those interested in Palestinian issues . He will be speaking about the Palestine Network, its core objectives, members and future plans.
He is also the director of the film project “Sleepless in Gaza…and Jerusalem” which will be shown on the night. Free entry. Please confirm attendance by email. ‘Club Room’ NSW Teachers’ Federation, 23-33 Mary Street, Surry Hills.
Guest speaker from the FMLN and Kim Sattler from Unions ACT - all welcome. Unions ACT, 189 Flemming Road Mitchell, city.
This évent is organised by the Canberra FMLN Committee.
IDAHO Sydney and Too.CAMP are teaming up to produce a Documentary that will explore issues around homophobia, document people's experiences and stories, and look at the ways in which Sydney's GLBTIQ community overcome and challenge homophobia.
We are filming at:
Surry Hills Library on Saturday 1st May, 1-4pm
405 Crown Street, Surry Hills
Newtown Library on Sunday 2nd May, 1-4pm
8– 10 Brown Street, Newtown
'Break the Silence' on Saturday 22nd May, noon-2pm
Kudos Gallery, 6 Napier St, Paddington
The feature discussion will be about the Rudd government's latest attacks on refugees, members of Adelaide's Tamil community (one of the key groups targetted with the latest attacks) have been invited to attend. Socialist Alliance's regular 3rd Tuesday of the month meeting.
6:30pm, meal available from 6pm
Activist Centre, Level 2, 95 Currie St, city.