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- 19 & 20 February: Adelaide – Refugee Alternatives Conference 2019 – University of South Australia. Early bird tickets are now available.
For more information – Refugee Council of Australia – firstname.lastname@example.org
- 21 February: Adelaide – Refugee Rights’ Movement Strategy Day – Catholic Diocesan Centre Adelaide, 39 Wakefield Street, Adelaide -Bookings here
- Saturday, 2 March: Sydney. No Pride in Detention: Homos Against Scomo 2019 – Sydney Town Hall – Facebook event here
- Monday, 4 March: 6.30pm Melbourne. RAC Public Forum:
Stranded In Indonesia: Australia’s 14K Forgotten Refugees Facebook event here
- Thursday 14 March – Melbourne – Facebook event here
- Thursday 4 April – Melbourne – (Christmas Island)- Facebook event here
Palm Sunday Rallies 2019 – Sunday 14 April
- 2-4pm. Sydney: Say Yes to Refugees -Belmore Park, 191 Hay St, Haymarket, NSW. Facebook event here
- 2-5pm Melbourne: Walk for Justice for Refugees – State Library of Victoria Facebook event here. To endorse the rally email email@example.com
NEW SOUTH WALES
Weekly protests on Fridays from 4:30pm to 5:30pm
At the corner of Marsh and Dumaresq Streets in Armidale.
Rural Australians for Refugees – Armidale
Fortnightly vigils on Wednesdays. 4.30pm-5.30pm
at the traffic lights, on the river side of the intersection of Kerr and River St, Ballina.
Ballina Region for Refugees
Every Thursday, 4:00 – 5:00 pm,
outside MP Kevin Hogan’s office, Molesworth Street, Lismore.
Every Thursday, 5:00 – 6:00 pm –
Crn Hunter & Auckland Sts, (in front of the Newcastle City Hall)
Vigil against Detention of Refugee Children
First Saturday of every month – 2pm –
Wheeler Place, Newcastle – #CantStandBy https://www.facebook.com/events/137535673409718/
Every Friday, 10am -12 noon, Vigil outside Ann Sudmalis’ office,
Suite 3, 59 Junction Street, Nowra
Shoalhaven RAR: Stop the Shame
Every Friday 5.30-7pm
At the Queen Victoria statue in front of QVB
Facebook event here
Every Friday, 5.15-7pm,
Parliament house steps, North Terrace. #BringThemHere Weekly Vigil.
Facebook event here
Every Friday from 11:00 until 1:00.
Elizabeth Mall in Hobart (toward the Liverpool Street end
Tassie Nannas knit and interact with passers-by You don’t need to be a knitter (tuition, wool and needles are available) or a nanna to join us.
Further information: firstname.lastname@example.org
Monthly – 5-6pm, first Friday of every month, Honk-a-thon.
Hobart locals raise their voices and horns to highlight the Australian Federal Government’s human rights abuses towards people seeking asylum.
Corner Murray and Macquarie streets, Hobart.
Amnesty Tasmania Refugee Team.
5.30pm-6pm – Thursday evening vigils – Torquay – Kidsoffalloff– Corner of Surf Coast Hwy and Darian Rd, Torquay, Victoria. Facebook event here
Surf Coast Rural Australians for Refugees are extending these vigils until the remaining children are taken off Nauru.#kidsoffalloff
Weekly – Mondays 11am to 12noon.
Outside Catherine Kings Office. 5 Lydiard St. Nth. Ballarat.
RAR Ballarat, Ballarat GADRC
Monthly – 5.30pm – 6pm On the third Friday each month.
Bendigo Roadside Demonstrations – #CloseTheCamps, #BringThemHere
Corner of Pall Mall and View Street, Bendigo (near the Fountain)
RAR Bendigo, Bendigo GADRC, Bendigo Amnesty
Once a week
Bayside Refugee Advocacy and and Support Association (BRASA) hoist an 8 meter banner reading “Bring the refugees to safety now” on Nepean Highway or alternatively Beach Road, Brighton. Contact BRASA
Every Tuesday, 3.30pm – 4.30pm.
Grandmothers Against Detention of Refugee Children weekly vigil.
Cnr. Bell St. and Sydney Rd. Coburg.
Fortnightly on Thursdays – Geelong. 12:00 – 1:00 pm.
Silent Vigil, outside Myer, Lt Malop Street.
Geelong Vigil Group.
5.30pm – 6.30pm Every Friday.
Vigils outside State Library:
Hosted by Melbourne Public Vigils – Refugees Off Nauru & Manus
First Friday of each month, 3.30-4.30 pm (until December 2018)
Outside Cathy McGowan’s office – 117 Murphy St. Wangaratta.
Rotating days each week at 11:00 am
Outside Dan Tehan’s office, 73 Kepler Street, Warrnambool.
Contact Love Makes a Way for roster.
Nationwide phone marathon:
A nationwide phone marathon to tell politicians that Australians want a complete amnesty for all the asylum seekers on Manus Island and Nauru.
Call or email your local MP and the Senators for your state, between 9:00 am and 5:00 pm.
2pm 1st Saturday every month.
Choose from 147 pre-planned locations in five capital cities across the country.
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