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May Day International Brigade – Cuba
April 24 to May 8, 2017
On the occasion of the International Workers’ Day, and as a special tribute to Fidel Castro and Ernesto Che Guevara (The 50th anniversary of Che’s death)
In addition to the voluntary work, participants will visit places of historical and social interest, receive lectures on our reality, and will have the opportunity to exchange with representatives of different social and political organizations, with Cuban workers and unionists.
The Brigade will take place in the provinces of Havana, Artemisa, Villa Clara and Cienfuegos, Cuba
Registration will be open until March 30, 2017
The Cuban Institute of Friendship with the Peoples (ICAP) and its travel agency Amistur Cuba, SA
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Workers of the World The 15th Biennial National Labour History Conference
September 23-25, 2017
University of Queensland.
Conference theme: Workers of the World
Workers of the World The 15th Biennial National Labour History Conference Call for Papers Convened by the Brisbane Labour History Association (BLHA) on behalf of the Australian Society for the Study of Labour History (ASSLH).
Today, the Australian working class are workers of the world: in the sense that we are a predominantly immigrant working class (or the descendants of relatively recent immigrants); and in the sense that workers from so many of the world’s nations, languages and cultures have made their homes here.
The year 2017 also marks the centenary of the Russian Revolution, which had such a profound impact on the labour movement in every country, not least as a result of its internationalism.
The deadline for submitting proposals for an oral presentation or non-refereed paper is Monday July 14, 2017.
The deadline for submitting papers for peer review and possible publication is Monday May 1, 2017.
Full details on Conference and paper submission are on the conference website: www.blha.com.au
Politics in the Pub Perth – The People’s Choice? WA State Election 2017
Wednesday February 22
43 Below Bar & Restaurant
43 Barrack Street Perth CBD
Opposite Perth Town Hall
Politics in the Pub Perth presents The People’s Choice? WA State Election 2017
Guest speakers: From the Arts Party, Greens, ALP and Socialist Alliance to discuss the issues, policies and processes of the coming election.
Hosted and chaired by the CPA
Food and drink available
Eating and drinking encouraged
For more information: firstname.lastname@example.org 04198128272
Join in the Launch of Common Action
Wednesday February 22
5:30 pm for 6:00 pm
Sydney Trades Hall Auditorium
Enter from 367 Sussex Street
We live in a society not an economy – A collective project to change the national debate about our economy and society
Refreshments provided - video clips, discussion starters
- Kevin Tory, Aboriginal Trade Union Elder
- Rita Mallia, President, NSW Construction & General Division, CFMEU
- Jim Stanford, Director, Centre for Future Work at the Australia Institute
- Jane Corpuz-Brock, Spokesperson, Migrante Australia, Filipino migrant workers organisation
Trump and US
Saturday February 25
1:30pm - 4:30pm
Mitchell Theatre – Sydney Mechanics’ School of Arts
280 Pitt Street Sydney
You are invited to a discussion on the impact of US President Trump for peace in the world and for the anti-war movement in Australia
- Peace movement – Dr Vince Scappatura
- ICAN – Gem Romuld
- Greens – Senator Lee Rhiannon
- ALP – to be confirmed
Entry by gold coin donation
Folks had better hang on because this is going to be a wild ride ... Only by connecting all the dots and working to build a broad and unified movement ... can we put the brakes on this fall over the cliff that the new corporate government in Washington is pushing us toward. – Bruce Gagnon
Organised by Australian Anti-Bases Campaign Coalition (AABCC) 0418 668 098 and Independent and Peaceful Australia Network (IPAN-NSW) 0420 526929
International Women’s Day Lunch
Sunday March 5
Cyprus Community Club
58-76 Stanmore Road Stanmore
The Communist Women’s Collective invites you to lunch ...
$15 Adult/$40 Family – includes speakers/lunch/entertainment
Equality, Women’s Rights, Equal Pay
The Solution is Socialism
RSVP by March 2
For info and bookings contact Linda 02 9699 8844 or email@example.com
Politics in the Pub
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Wednesday, February 22, 2017