First Nations people have been brutally pushed off their land to make way for logging trucks, and escorted into their sacred men’s forest by police. This is a tentative date for next Gumbaynggirr people's legal action against Forestry in Newry State Forest, a three day hearing starting November 14th.

WHAT: An online panel discussion to hear from First Nations leaders
You’ll hear from inspiring First Nations leaders about what this moment means to them, and how it can build towards big, transformative change that makes our country better.
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This event is welcomed to everyone. This includes non-Indigenous people and those on all sides of the discussion. SO, bring a mate, bring your partner, bring YOURSELF, to enter this yarning circle and discuss the VTP, beyond the referendum and build the Blak Caucus

Kariong Sacred Lands and Protect Ourimbah State Forest forum and planning meeting.

Australians will head to the polls in just a matter of weeks and vote in a referendum that’s been 65,000 years in the making. We will be asked to listen to Indigenous Australians, recognise Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander history and culture, and protect their voices in Australia’s 122 year old constitution.

Join us for an evening/afternoon of live music and learn about the campaign to protect water climate and communities from fracking in the Northern Territory, and how you can get involved.

We join SOPEC-Southern Ocean Protection Embassy Collective: Gunditjmara First Nations People’s Ocean defenders in their struggle to protect Sea Country

Join the Sydney Climate Coalition contingent to the Stop Coal Seam Gas: Save the Pilliga and Liverpool plains rally on Thursday September 14.

It's time for a united and powerful stand. Join us outside NSW Parliament in solidarity with Gomeroi people defending culture and farmers needing certainty for ongoing food production.

Alongside Saturday’s famous free Waterloo sausage sizzle, we will show 90 minutes of short films about battles for green spaces and the environment, gender and social justice short films. Highlights shared from the first Love, Art and Revolution Film Festival, which was held in Gadi/Sydney in April 2023.

Join us from 6.00pm, for a special Q&A screening with director/co-producer David Noakes and Rose Murray, a family member of Strikers and interim Chair of Remembering the 1946 Pilbara Strike committee including guests from the Pilbara as they present this award-winning digitally restored and remastered 1987 documentary feature How The West Was Lost following the 6.30pm ses

Politics in the Pub Sydney forum: Finding the Common Good? Voice Referendum 2023

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