Asia & the Pacific

Unveiling Myanmar's Resilience: People's resistence in Myanmar & targeting Junta ties in Australia.

With: Mon Zin, a founding member of Global Myanmar Spring Revolution,
Tasneem Roc, Myanmar/Burmese solidarity activist and actress,

Australian National University (ANU) Student Association - Education Action Group

Allan Behm, Australia Institute
Beatrice Tucker, ANU Student Association Education Officer
ANU staff academic (TBA)

Join us in mourning for the enforced disappeared victims, their families, and Thai Democracy.

Protest the dumping of nuclear waste into the Pacific Ocean. Organised by Sydney Korean group, Sydney Candlelight Action.

September marks two years since Scott Morrison signed the controversial AUKUS nuclear submarine deal with the United States and Britain. As opposition grows to this wasteful and warmongering deal, including among Labor's ranks, come and show your opposition to preparations for a new war in the Asia-Pacific.

Join the rally to mark Hiroshima Day and say NO to nuclear subs and AUKUS. 

Find out more about the dangers of the AUKUS agreement.

The Justice and Peace Office and Independent and Peaceful Australia Network (IPAN) are delighted to welcome two visitors from the Pacific: Monaeka Flores from Guahan (aka Guam) and Shinako Oyakawa from Okinawa who are in Sydney for one day only.

Join us for an awesome evening of stellar performances to celebrate the Keep the Change Timor Leste and Earthworker Coffee Cooperative and launch our Crowdfunder. This will be a great night of global solidarity featuring a fantastic lineup of musicians including Paulie Stewart from the Painters and Dockers, Gil Santos from the Dili Allstars, slide guitarist, Dan Musil plus a variety of up and coming performers. Funds raised on the night will  support Timor Leste Coffee Farmers in the district of Ermera to buy equipment and train farmers to grow and export organic coffee to a solidarity-based distribution network in Australia.

Does China really threaten US economic and military hegemony? If we oppose confrontation with China, what do we say about the rights of ethnic minorities and workers there?

climate protest

The Global Ecosocialist Network brought together labour and climate justice activists from Africa, Asia, the United States and Europe, in June, to discuss how to build stronger links, reports Susan Price.


Thai pro-democracy activists say a pervasive culture of impunity exists in Thailand to protect those responsible for enforced disappearances, reports Peter Boyle.

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