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MELBOURNE (VIC) | Sat 26 July | 1pm > event details
State Library of Victoria, 328 Swanston St, Melbourne CBD

PERTH (WA) | Sat 26 July | 11am > event details
Murray St Mall, Perth CBD

Petrie Plaza, Canberra

BRISBANE (QLD) | Sat 26 July | 2pm > event details
King George Square, Brisbane CBD
PLUS >> Boycott walking tour, 11am
Meet at King George Square.

SYDNEY (NSW) | Sun 27 July | 1pm > event details
Sydney Town Hall, Sydney CBD

ADELAIDE (SA) | Sat 26 July | 12pm > event details
Parliament House, CBD

>> Demonstrations from around the world >>


July 2014

August 2014


Monday 4 August 2014, 6pm
SEMINAR: Palestine, Zionist Apartheid and the Resistance Axis
Speakers: Professor Jake Lynch, Director of CPACS, Sydney University; Kolin Thumbadoo, South African Australian Anti-Apartheid Veteran; Shamikh Badra, Palestinian Student from Gaza; Raida Saleh Ajami, Lebanese Australian Anti-Zionist Activist; Reme Sakr, Syrian Australian Activist.
Venue: Old Geology Lecture Theatre, Sydney University (near footbridge).
Endorsed by: Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies (CPACS) (USYD), Students for Justice in Palestine (USYD), Hands Off Syria, Sydney Electronic Resistance.

Saturday 9 August 2014, 3.30pm
BOOK LAUNCH: Marcelo Svirsky – ‘After Israel: Towards Cultural Transformation’ – in conversation with Antony Loewenstein
Gleebooks, 49 Glebe Pt Rd, Glebe, NSW
Bookings essential

Friday 29 August 2014, 7pm
APAN Fundraising Dinner
Guest speaker: HE Izzat Abdulhadi, Head of the General Delegation of Palestine to Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific.
Venue: The Lake Room, Waterview, Bicentennial Park (off Australia Ave), Sydney Olympic Park, NSW
Hosted by the Australia Palestine Advocacy Network

September 2014


Thursday 11 September 2014, 7.15pm



SYDNEY TO CANBERRA | September 2014 | #walkforbds

#WalkforBDS – NTEU member and Wollongong academic Marcelo Svirsky’s Walk for BDS – be sure to sign the petition to Canberra.



melbourne (VIC)

Premiering 11 November 2014Tales 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.

Tales of a City by the Sea, 11 November 2014

Tales of a City by the Sea, 11 November 2014, Melbourne/Aida Refugee Camp/Gaza City