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July 2017

80s Disco Dinner

July 1 @ 6:00 pm - 11:00 pm
Pepperz Restaurant, University of Tasmania
Sandy Bay, TAS Australia
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What a Feeling! 80s Flashdance and Dinner by RESULTS Hobart Dust off your acid wash jeans, grow your mullet and get your leg warmers out of storage - it's time to raise funds for RESULTS in the most grouse way possible - with music, dancing and dinner! Prizes for best costumes, an auction and plenty of boogying to classic 80s hits. 80s dinner dance

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Multicultural Policy in Tasmania – a forum to discuss future opportunities

July 6 @ 10:00 am - 1:00 pm
UTAS Hobart, Centenary Lecture Theatre, Grosvenor Street
Sandy Bay, TAS Australia
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You are invited to be part of a special policy forum to discuss multiculturalism in Tasmania and the future opportunities available at the state government level. With a state election likely in the next 6 months, it’s an important time to discuss our progress and ideas for future action. The forum will bring together leaders of migrant community organisations, service providers, policy experts, decision-makers and students. The Multicultural Affairs spokespeople from the Tasmanian Liberals, Labor and the Greens have also…

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Movie – Cast From The Storm

July 10 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
State Cinema, 375 Elizabeth Street
Hobart, TAS Australia
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Join Amnesty International for a special screening of the award wining documentary Cast From the Storm followed by a Q&A with the directors of Treehouse Theatre at the State Cinema in Hobart. Cast From the Storm tells the story of a group of teenage refugees who share their extraordinary stories when they join Treehouse Theatre, an after-school theatre group. A coming of age story, this uplifting documentary shares the reality of what it means to be a teenager and a…

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Evacuate Now Vigil: Four years too many

July 19 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Parliament House Lawns, Salamanca
Hobart, Tasmania 7000 Australia
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Organised in Hobart by the Tassie Nannas and the Amnesty International Refugee Rights Group Tasmania. This vigil is part of an Australian wide event. Please come along and bring your friends to help make it a success and send a message for change to our parliamentarians . We will be providing & selling some Amnesty candles but you can bring your own candles or torches to light up the evening vigil Spread the word through your networks. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/1576841949016835/ Website:…

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Code Blue Film Making Program

July 25 @ 10:30 am - 1:00 pm
Youth Arts & Recreation Centre, 44 Collins Street
Hobart, TAS Australia
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Code Blue is a film making program for young people, aged 16 to 25 experiencing mental health issues. This is a creative program where participants will collaborate with professional filmmakers to write, shoot and produce two or three short films. All participants will write a short film, learn how to use professional broadcast quality film equipment, learn Directing skills and then apply these skills on a film shoot. This is an opportunity to learn new skills, collaborate with professionals and…

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Planting for Peace

July 26 @ 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm
Northern Suburbs Community Centre, 11 Blackwood Drive
Rocherlea, TAS 7248 Australia
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'Planting for Peace' will give community an opportunity to come together to paint up a ceramic pot and then plant out some flower or vegetable seedlings to grow at home. A FREE light lunch will be available. Pots, Plants and potting soil will be supplied. Wheelchair access is available.

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He Named Me Malala – Film Screening

July 26 @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Village Cinemas Launceston, Launceston, TAS Australia + Google Map

Safe Asylum are hosting a screening of He Named Me Malala as part of the Tamar Valley Peace Festival. To make this event go ahead, we need to sell 57 tickets prior to the event. Please share this event with all of your friends, families and everyone else you know and reserve your tickets now! To reserve your tickets, please visit the Demand Film Event Page (link below). Tickets are $20 plus a $1.65 booking fee. Thank you for supporting…

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Communication and Leadership in Peace with Launceston Toastmasters

July 26 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Launceston College, 107 – 119 Paterson Street
Launceston, TAS Australia
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All are welcome to join us at the Launceston Toastmasters meeting, when the theme will be ‘PEACE’. Free entry, and a light supper will be served. During the evening there will be a couple of short (5 – 7 minute) speeches and some impromptu questions on the theme of 'Peace', as well as fun, friendship and information about Toastmasters, which is an international non-profit educational organisation that aims to help members improve their communication, public speaking and leadership skills. Toastmasters…

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The Relationship between Religion and Individual Rights in a diverse, multicultural community

July 27 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
UTAS Newnham, Lecture Theatre 9, Lecture Theatre 9
Newnham, TAS 7248 Australia
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UTAS Forum with Commissioner Santow ‘What is the role of religion in a diverse, multicultural community? How does freedom of religion interact with the right to be free from discrimination on the basis of a person’s race or sexual orientation? Guests speakers include: Rodney Croome, AM - an Australian LGBT rights activist and academic Richard Humphries, the Dean of St David's Cathedral Robin Banks - former Tasmanian anti-discrimination commissioner

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Tamar Peace Festival

July 28 @ 8:00 am - July 30 @ 5:00 pm
Launceston [Venue TBA], Launceston, TAS Australia + Google Map

In the spirit of creating a time and place to ‘learn peace’, the Launceston and Tamar community will come together for a three-day festival. It will provide a framework in which individuals and organisations can define and share what ‘peace’ means to them. The Festival will celebrate the roles of art, diversity, education and sport in building community cohesion and goodwill between people. Community groups, organisations and individuals will be invited to, under the Festival banner, conduct activities that support…

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