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Mar 2019

Peace begins at Home – Panel Discussion on Domestic Violence

2 Mar 2:30 PM - 5:00 PM AEDT
Lismore Regional Gallery

For the Lismore Women’s Festival RAH North Coast Peace Group 'Remembering and Healing' organises: Peace Begins at Home – A Panel Discussion about Domestic Violence Followed by Q & A. and Afternoon Tea Panelists: - Jillian Knight-Smith (Women Up North Housing Inc) - Aunty Mim (YWCA) - Roseanne Roberts ( NR Community Legal Centre; NSW Health) - Amanda Shoebridge (Dirty Laundry Day Project, Social Futures) - Mary Willis (Lismore Women’s Health Resource Centre) MC: Kath Fisher (SCU) When: Saturday March…

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International Womens’ Day dinner, 6.30pm, 8 March, Brisbane

8 Mar 6:00 PM - 10:00 PM AEDT

 Friday 8 March - 6:00 for 6:30 pm Queensland Council of Unions Building Great company, speakers and discussion, quizzes and dinner! (Bar open as usual.) Guest Speaker Jo-Anne Bragg Jo-Anne is the CEO of the Environmental Defenders Office and has been instrumental in the reformation of Queensland’s environmental Laws.   Invitation and Booking Details to be circulated very soon.

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Apr 2019

Film Evening – “The Coming War on China” – Marrickville Peace Group

4 Apr 6:30 PM - 9:00 PM AEDT

• How likely is war on China? • What might it mean for Australia? To answer these questions, come to a screening at Addison Road Community Centre   (Stirrup Gallery) 6.30pm for 7.00pm start, Thursday April 4, 2019 Dr Alison Broinowski, author and ex-diplomat, will attend. (Entry free. Donations appreciated) Marrickville Peace Group and Addison Road Community Centre Enquires, contact Nick Deane (0420 526 929) or Peter Griffin (0412 785 664) 20190304 MOVIE FLYER.V5

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Earth@Peace events – Public Forum with Behrouz Boochani and Sister Patricia Fox, 23 April, William Kelly art exhibition, April 26-June 10

23 Apr 7:30 PM - 3 Jun 5:00 PM AEST

Earth@Peace is a 12-month, multifaceted project aiming to put a just and ecologically sustainable peace on the map in Australia, by addressing some of the most critical issues of our time: the way we shape our economy and environment, the relationship between indigenous and non-indigenous Australians, our long-standing dependence on imperial power, military alliances, and the use of force, and our engagement with the peoples of the Asia-Pacific and the diverse cultures and faiths that make up contemporary Australia. PUBLIC…

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End the Armament Industry – Film Festival 26-28 April

26 Apr 6:30 PM - 28 Apr 9:00 PM AEST

Beyond Uranium Canberra - Free films: Remembering Chenobyl Dr Strangelove and more... ANU Food Coop Kingsley St., Acton, ACT

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