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#GazaUnderAttack – Operation protective edge
SYDNEY (NSW) | Thu. 6 November 2014 | 6pm-8pm
Cross-Campus meeting: Building the BDS Campaign in the NTEU
Venue: University of Technology, Sydney, Room CB11.04.101
[The room is on Level 4, Room 101 in Building 11 – the new Engineering and IT building]
Contact: David Brophy ; m. 0434 026 003
Click here for meeting programme >>
ADELAIDE (SA) | Fri. 7 November 2014 | 6.30pm
Annual AFOPA Fundraiser Dinner
MC’d by Bryan Dawe with the guest speaker Bob Carr, former Federal Minister for Foreign Affairs.
Venue: Adelaide Convention Centre
Tickets: $140 – must be pre-purchased here >>
Dress: Black Tie
Hosted by: Australian Friends of Palestine Association (AFOPA)
MELBOURNE (VIC) | Sun. 9 November 2014 | 10am
Third annual RUN FOR PALESTINE
Where: The Tan Track – Pillars of Wisdom, King’s Domain, Cnr Alexandra Ave & Swan St, Melbourne
Start Time: 10.45am 2 laps/11am 1 lap
Cost (includes t-shirt): $25 per ticket (plus booking fee of $2.49) – click here to book tickets.
All funds raised will be donated to the Red Crescent Society for Gaza Strip – to aid in the rehabilitation of disabled Palestinian children. Of course if you can’t make it on the day, but would like to donate to the cause anyway, there is an option for that as well.
Hosted by: Australians for Palestine
MELBOURNE (VIC) | 12-23 November 2014
Tales of a City by the Sea, a Palestinian story of love and separation will be brought to life on three different stages in three cities, in two languages (Arabic and English) within three different artistic interpretations. This is not just a play, it is an act of beautiful resistance.
MELBOURNE (VIC) | Fri. 21 November 2014 | 5pm-7pm
Book Launch: The Case for Palestine, Paul Heywood-Smith
Venue: fortyfivedownstairs, 45 Flinders Lane, Melbourne
SYDNEY (NSW) | Thu. 27 November 2014 | 6pm
Inaugural General Meeting: Labor for Palestine
Guest Speakers: The Hon. Bob Carr, former NSW Premier, Professor Emeritus Stuart Rees, Director, Sydney Peace Foundation
Venue: The Lakemba Club, 26 Quigg St, Lakemba NSW