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Black Lives Matter yarning circle – Tuesday 31 October

Black on Black talks on Tuesday 31 October hosted by Australian South Sea Islanders (Port Jackson) will include a meaningful discussion with Black Lives Matter Global Network leaders and the families of 'Black Murders in Custody'. Supported by Australian South Sea Islanders

Sydney International Women’s Poetry and Arts Festival 2016

Sydney Peace Foundation, along with a number of other academic, human rights and feminist organisations, invite you to: Sydney International Women's Poetry and Arts Festival 2016 NSW Parliament House Wednesday 16 March 2016, 5:30pm - 9:30pm Sydney International Women's Poetry and Arts Festival joins

“Conversations in Peace” Book Launch

Announcing the book launch of "Conversations in Peace" to be launched by Dame Marie Bashir plus film of 'Conversations in Peace' introduced by philanthropist Steve Killelea and music by renowned Kurdish artist Veli Toprak When: Tuesday 11th August 2015, 6pm for 6:30pm Where: Gleebooks, 49 Glebe Point Rd, Glebe Entry: Free Celebrating

Vandana Shiva speaking in Surry Hills – Friday 20 Feb!

Dr Vandana Shiva, who received the 2010 Sydney Peace Prize, will be speaking in Sydney on the evening of Friday 20 February 2015. Planet on Plate: Eating and Farming for Our Future INTRODUCTION BY JOEL SALATIN WHEN: Friday, 20 February 2015, 6 pm for

Watch it on ABC!

"Why It's So Hard to Talk About Peace in Sri Lanka" GILBERTO ALGAR-FARIA Visiting Scholar at the University of Sydney and PhD Candidate at the University of Bristol Broadcasts: ABC - 11am Monday 27th October ABC News24 - Saturday November 2nd ABC Big Ideas

Celebrating Non-violence Month

Inspired by and with the support of Ela Gandhi, Gandhi Development Trust and ICON (International Centre of Non-violence) Durban, the International Centre of Non-violence (ICON) Australia was launched on 2 October 2012, when celebrating UN International Day of Non-violence and

Octavianus Mote: West Papua and Human Rights

An interactive discussion hosted by the The West Papua Project at CPACS Venue: Education Building, Seminar Room 325 Time:  5:15 for 5:30 to 6:00 pm Date:  Monday, 30 June 2014 Octovianus Mote will be speaking with us about contemporary human rights issues in West

April Talks with CPACS

The Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies (CPACS), sister organisation to the Sydney Peace Foundation, invites you to the following talks in April: Kwibuka 20: remember-unite-renew 2014 marks the 20th anniversary of the genocide against the Tutsi in Rwanda. CPACS will join

‘Celebrating Women, Inspiring Girls’

The Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies supported by the Global Social Justice Network invite you to: 'Celebrating Women, Inspiring Girls' Panel Discussion with Q & A International Women's Day (IWD) is not only a time to recognise the role of women as

Film screening this Friday: The Ghosts of Jeju

You are invited to a screening of: THE GHOSTS OF JEJU Friday 18 October      6pm Room 114, Mackie Building Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies The University of Sydney Arundel Street (near footbridge) A moving film about the determined resistance by the fishermen and farmers of Gangjeong

UN’s Richard Falk to speak on Palestinian Struggle

Professor Richard Falk United Nations Special Rapporteur on Palestinian Human Rights speaking in Sydney, Thursday 19 September, 6.30 pm Footbridge Theatre, University of Sydney, Camperdown Campus The Palestinian Struggle for Self Determination and the Ordeal of Occupation Richard Falk, Emeritus Professor