LL:DDV: Coming Soon at Trades Hall

2002-05-10 Thread Trades Hall Arts
GET IT LIVE - GET IT AT TRADES HALL, the home of conscience culture ... BED presented by Syntax Theatre Company Do you know what you Nana is doing tonight? In one giant BED lay seven elderly people, all tucked in tight. As all seven drift in and out of sleep, all is not as it seems behind their


2002-05-10 Thread Lev Lafayette
May 7, 2002 SHINING A LIGHT ON DECENCY ANNOUNCING THE TAMPA TRIBUTE 3-7pm, Thursday May 16, Station Pier, Port Melbourne Supported by Australians for Just Refugee Programs The City of Port Phillip will host the Tampa Tribute, a major civic ceremony and celebratory concert to honour the Tampa

LL:DDV: meeting: Rise and Fall of a Working Class Region

2002-05-10 Thread NIBS
The Rise and Fall of a Working Class Region Meredith Fletcher (Director of Centre for Gippsland Studies) talks about her new book 'Digging People Up for Coal: A History of Yallourn'. Designed in the 1920s as a garden town laid out on 'hygienic and aesthetic principles', it became a

LL:DDV: PEOPLE'S ENQUIRY - West Refugee Meeting

2002-05-10 Thread Melbourne Greenleft
PEOPLE'S INQUIRY INTO MARIBYRNONG DETENTION CENTRE On Thursday 16th of May in Footscray's Inner West Migrant Resource Centre Hall, a people's inquiry into the detention centers will be held. Come along to a community meeting to examine the policy of mandatory detention and the realities of

LL:PR: Senate Committee fails to protect democracy

2002-05-10 Thread Damien Lawson
Media Release : For immediate Release May 8, 2002 Senate Committee fails to protect democracy The Federation of Community Legal Centres criticised a Senate committee's report into proposed anti-terrorism legislation today for failing to protect democracy. While the Federation of Community

LL:INFO: Australia IS Refugees! Schools Project Launch

2002-05-10 Thread Majordomo
Dear All With great pleasure I hereby launch the high schools Australia IS Refugees! competition, to complement the project we are already running in primary schools. I am delighted to have judges Phillip Adams, Helen Garner and Tom Shapcott; and the extraordinary gift of Margaret Reynold's