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September 2017

Women, Peace and Security Roundtable

September 12 @ 12:30 pm - 4:00 pm
Women’s Health Centre, 25 Lefroy Street
North Hobart, TAS Australia
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In 2017 the Annual Civil Society Dialogue on Women, Peace and Security will focus on expanding our understanding of what WOMEN, PEACE AND SECURITY (WPS) means in practice across the diversity of women’s experiences in Australia and the Asia-Pacific region. Prior to attending the roundtables, a two-page background paper will be circulated to all registered participants. Focus of discussions at Roundtables - What does WPS mean in practice? - What are the key issues, experiences and information which influence this…

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Would Andrew Inglis Clark support a Tasmanian Human Rights Act?

September 13 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Parliament House, 1 Salamanca Place
Hobart, Tasmania 7000 Australia
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A free public talk by Professor Henry Reynolds on Andrew Inglis Clark and his views on human rights. Limited seating available so please RSVP. Inglis Clark-Reynolds

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Education for Sustainability Tasmania – Workshop

September 28 @ 9:30 am - 12:30 pm
Sustainability Learning Centre, 50 Olinda Grove
Mount Nelson, TAS Australia
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You are invited to participate in our Local Steps towards Global Goals workshops to be held across the State. These three events, hosted by Education for Sustainability Tasmania will provide great opportunities for people with an educative role to come together. Through presentations on best practice initiatives in Tasmania and workshop activities these events will help you identify ways to embed sustainability more securely into your teaching practices. Register using the form below. Focus: - To build the capacity of…

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Hope Road documentary film

September 28 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Village Cinemas Hobart, 181 Collins Street
Hobart, TAS Australia
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Hope Road is a feature documentary which lifts the veil on what life can be like for a refugee caught between two worlds. A refugee from the Sudanese civil war, Zacharia lives in south-west Sydney with his wife and daughter. Like many others who are forced to leave their homeland Zac wants to give something back and improve the lives of people he left behind. His dream is to build a much-needed school in his home village, now part of…

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Education for Sustainability Tasmania – Workshop

September 29 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
Launceston Church Grammar School, 6 Button Street
Mowbray, TAS Australia
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You are invited to participate in our Local Steps towards Global Goals workshops to be held across the State. These three events, hosted by Education for Sustainability Tasmania will provide great opportunities for people with an educative role to come together. Through presentations on best practice initiatives in Tasmania and workshop activities these events will help you identify ways to embed sustainability more securely into your teaching practices. Register using the form below. Focus: - To build the capacity of…

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Education for Sustainability Tasmania – Workshop

September 29 @ 3:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Cradle Coast University of Tasmania, Room D203, 16-20 Mooreville Road
Burnie, TAS Australia
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You are invited to participate in our Local Steps towards Global Goals workshops to be held across the State. These three events, hosted by Education for Sustainability Tasmania will provide great opportunities for people with an educative role to come together. Through presentations on best practice initiatives in Tasmania and workshop activities these events will help you identify ways to embed sustainability more securely into your teaching practices. Register using the form below. Focus: - To build the capacity of…

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** Women’s Business – Fashion, Storytelling and a Celebration of Culture

September 29 @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
The Tramsheds, 4 Invermay Road
Launceston, TAS Australia
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Tasmanian women from migrant and refugee backgrounds invite you to join us in a night of fashion, storytelling and celebration of culture. Please join us for this womxn-only* event as we explore culture, religion and personal stories through the fashion of our homelands. Through this fashion show and cultural event, we hope to build relationships between women born in Australia and from migrant and refugee backgrounds, develop a deeper understanding and appreciation of the diverse experiences of Australian women and…

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October 2017

** Women’s Business – Fashion, Storytelling and a Celebration of Culture

October 2 @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Peacock Theatre, Salamanca Arts Centre
Hobart,
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Tasmanian women from migrant and refugee backgrounds invite you to join us in a night of fashion, storytelling and celebration of culture. Please join us for this womxn-only* event as we explore culture, religion and personal stories through the fashion of our homelands. Through this fashion show and cultural event, we hope to build relationships between women born in Australia and from migrant and refugee backgrounds, develop a deeper understanding and appreciation of the diverse experiences of Australian women and…

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** Women’s Business – Fashion, Storytelling and a Celebration of Culture

October 3 @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Peacock Theatre, Salamanca Arts Centre
Hobart,
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Tasmanian women from migrant and refugee backgrounds invite you to join us in a night of fashion, storytelling and celebration of culture. Please join us for this womxn-only* event as we explore culture, religion and personal stories through the fashion of our homelands. Through this fashion show and cultural event, we hope to build relationships between women born in Australia and from migrant and refugee backgrounds, develop a deeper understanding and appreciation of the diverse experiences of Australian women and…

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AFTRS Talent Camp

October 16 @ 9:30 am - October 20 @ 5:00 pm
Hobart (to be advised), Hobart, TAS Australia + Google Map

This upcoming Talent Camp sounds really exciting. It is a wonderful opportunity for people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds to learn film and television making skills. There is no workshop fee, and the AFTRS want and need people from a wide range of diverse backgrounds. Funds will be made available to contribute to accommodation costs for participants from rural or regional locations. Other access costs will be met. Applicants need to be over 18 years old. You need to…

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