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AFTINET Trade Justice Dinner 2015

AFTINET Trade Justice Dinner 2015

Please join us for an evening of fine food and discussion at our annual fundraising dinner with auction and raffle prizes. All proceeds go to fund AFTINET’s trade justice work.

 

Wednesday 20th May 2015

Extremism in Perspective: A Look at the Historical & Contemporary Context

The Northside Forum presents...

Extremisim in Perspective: A Look at the Historical & Contemporary Context

Speakers

Assoc. Professor Rodger Shanahan

    PhD in Arab & Islamic Studies from the University of Sydney.

Challenges to Australian Climate Policy, with Senator Christine Milne

Challenges to Australian Climate Policy, with Senator Christine Milne

Presented by the Sydney Environment Institute

Chair: David Schlosberg, Professor of Environmental Politics and Co-director of the Sydney Environment Institute

POSTPONED: First Human Rights Working Group meeting for 2015

POSTPONED. New details TBA

First Human Rights Working Group meeting for 2015

Monday, 27th April  2015

5.30pm to 6.30

NSW Parliament House, Macquarie Street, Sydney

All Greens members welcome.

Fracking the future

The unprecedented expansion of unconventional gas, such as CSG (coal seam gas), is almost always justified on the basis of gas company claims about jobs and economic benefits. However these claims almost always exaggerate the benefits and ignore the many of the costs.

Trouble-making science special Q&A event

UTSpeaks presents:

    Trouble making science...

    Can Australians handle the truth?

Premier must decide if NSW is open for corruption or not

On Thursday the Independent Commission Against Corruption announced that it will consent to corruption findings being set aside for four businessmen whom the ICAC had previously found to be corrupt.

Creating Sustainable Employment for Refugees

Creating Sustainable Employment for Refugees

23 April 2015

9.30am-5pm

The Holroyd Centre, Merrylands

Speakers

Tim Davies, Bright Employment

Jackie Ruddock, The Social Outfit

Gallipoli and ANZAC After 100 Years: Lesson and the prospects for Peace Today

Gallipoli and ANZAC After 100 Years: Lesson and the prospects for Peace Today

Speakers:

Douglas Newton, Historian

Margot Pearson, Women's International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF)

Anne Noonan, Medical Association for Prevention of War (MAPW)

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