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Rallies & marches on Invasion Day
Canberra: National Day of Mourning Community Walk to Aboriginal Tent Embassy, commences 10.30am at Garema Place Civic
Sydney: Rally and March to Victoria Park, commences 11am at The Block
Brisbane: Rally & March to Musgrave Park, commences 10.30am at Parliament House
Melbourne: Smoking Ceremony, Rally & March to Birrarung Marr Park, commences 10am at Parliament House
Adelaide: Justice and Peace Candlelight Walk, commences 8pm at Government House
Hobart: Rally commencing 11.45am at Parliament House Lawns
Our international website www.nuclear-news.net is up and running again
It turns out that we were not shut down by WordPress. The website was hacked – I wonder who could have wanted us closed down. The nuclear lobby, perhaps? Anyway, it’s a bit of a compliment, really. It shows that we are having an impact
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Time to Wake Up: Citizens United Crushed the Debate on Climate Change
ARENA is seeking feedback on four priority areas proposed for its R&D program to encourage collaboration between the research sector and industry in the second round of the program in 2015. To submit comments, email: email@example.com by COB 30 January 2015.
February 13 - Canberra Stoptheintervention National Protest 12 noon – rally at Aboriginal Tent Embassy March to Parliament House … https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/stoptheintervention_announce/ihm-FKA_yro
February 28 – March 1st – New York – Symposium – The Dynamics of Possible Nuclear Extinction. Learn more at Action New York 2015
March – Melbourne – City of Yarra, including International Women’s Day Free Exhibition: FIRST WORLD WAR WOMEN working for peace in Melbourne 1914 – 1919 www.womensweb.com.au
This is confronting. It is history that is not just history.
This series of panels illustrates and documents in the women’s own words a peace movement that confronts us even today.
If you think Australians supported the First World War, the idea of civil liberties is new, non-Aboriginal Australians were, in the main, racist and conformist, come and see FIRST WORLD WAR WOMEN working for peace in Melbourne 1914 – 1919.
25 Apr 2015 – 10:00 to 13:00