Notices of events and actions - August 2022

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APHEDA - Union Aid Abroad

Listening to Pacific Workers – Here & in the Pacific

You are invited to a discussion on how Pacific workers are organising for social justice and fair incomes. The event is being co-hosted by Union Aid Abroad-APHEDA, Uniting Church Synod, United Workers Union, and the Sydney Alliance.

The keynote speaker will be Saina Tomi Setu, Senior Organiser of the Samoa First Union. Saina is one of the only women union leaders in the Pacific, leading Samoa’s only private sector union. For over a decade, she has been fighting for dignity at work for her members in Samoa and those in Australia as part of the seasonal workers program.

You will be invited to share your story too. Together we will discuss how churches, unions and communities can work toward the common good in Sydney, Australia and the Pacific. All with an interest are welcome.

Date & Time: Monday August 8 at 5.30pm arrival for a 6pm start. Refreshments will be provided during this time. Formal proceedings will run from 6-7.30pm.

Location: The Centre For Ministry, 16 Masons Dr, North Parramatta.

Contact APHEDA for more details


Hiroshima Day Rally, Sydney

2pm, Saturday, 6 August 2022,
Sydney Town Hall Square
Speakers: Senator David Shoebridge (Greens), Gem Romuld (International
Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons), Nick Deane (Sydney Anti-AUKUS
Coalition) and more, plus the Red Rebels.

Flyer available for download, sharing and printing here:


Commemorating Hiroshima and Nagasaki - National Peace Rallies

5 – 6 August

Adelaide - South Australia

Friday 5 August

12.30 pm

Beehive Cnr (Rundle Mall & King Williams st)

No More Hiroshimas, No Nuclear submarines, No First Use of nuclear weapons, No Nuclear Industry, Sign Nuclear Weapons Ban Treaty

Information and contacts:

[email protected]


Mparntwe Alice Springs – Northern Territory

Saturday 6 August

8 am – 9 am

Uniting Church Lawns

Hiroshima and Nagasaki Remembrance Vigil: Never Again! (Minute’s silence at 8.45 am)

Information and contact: [email protected]

6pm – 9pm

3rd Yami Lester Memorial Address: ‘Half-lives and half-truths: The nuclear industry in Australia’

Witchetty’s (Araluen Arts Centre)

Information and RSVP: [email protected] or 0450 474 043


Brisbane - Queensland

Saturday 6 August


Assembling: Reddacliff Place, 266 George Street Brisbane, (outside the Casino)

“Remembrance Day. Atomic Bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Never Again!"

"No Nuclear Subs in Brisbane!”

Information and contact: [email protected]


Canberra – ACT

Saturday 6 August

11 am

Rotary Peace Bell

Nara Park

Hiroshima Remembrance

(This is not a No War No AUKUS ACT event)

To contact No War No AUKUS ACT – [email protected]


Hobart – Tasmania

Saturday 6 August

11am – 12 pm

Parliament Lawns, Hobart

Melbourne/NAARM - Victoria

Saturday 6 August

12.30 pm

State Library, Swanston street

No More Hiroshimas, No Nuclear Submarines, No AUKUS, Free Julian Assange

Followed by a march to Trades Hall to join the cultural event Singing for Hiroshima Day.

Information and contacts: [email protected];


Newcastle - NSW

Saturday 6 August

11 am

Peace Park, Tighes Hill Reserve, Maitland Rd, Islington

Commemorating Hiroshima and Nagasaki – No to nuclear submarines in Newcastle Port, Say No to AUKUS Pact

Information and contact: [email protected]


Perth - WA

Saturday 6 August

11 am

Forrest Place, Perth

Rally for Julian Assange and Hiroshima – Never Again

Information and contact; [email protected]


Sydney - NSW

Saturday 6 August at 2 pm

Sydney Town Hall Square

Hiroshima and Nagasaki Never Again


Wollongong - NSW

Saturday 6 August

7.30 am

Crown St Mall

Hiroshima Day Commemoration

Information and Contact:; [email protected]


Information and contacts - Australian Anti-AUKUS Coalition (AAAC) [email protected]


Politics in the Pub - Sydney 

Politics in the Pub now back in Hotel Harry on a Sunday afternoon at the new time of 4pm!

Sunday 7 August

An Afternoon with Richard Giles, the Association for Good Government, an associate member of Economic Reform Australia; and George Favotto, Chief Financial Officer, Mindset.

4.00pm sharp – Hotel Harry, Cnr Goulburn St and Wentworth Avenue, Surry Hills (Museum Station nearby)


Anitra Nelson - Beyond Money

THURSDAY, 25 AUGUST 2022 FROM 17:00-19:00 at New International Bookshop at Victorian Trades Hall

RSVP here:

Join Anitra Nelson in conversation with NIBS volunteer Lucy about their new book Beyond Money: A Postcapitalist Strategy. Nelson’s book is a truly radical engagement with the ways in which money shapes our lives and maintains its grip on our theorisings of a better future in all its anti-racist, feminist and anti-capitalist forms, and how necessary it is to conceive of a world beyond money in order to conceive of a truly better future. Anitra is a powerhouse in thinking about degrowth and about Marx, this is due to a truly thought-provoking and interesting evening.
Join us at NIBS for a drink at 5pm, with the conversation starting at 5:30pm and allocated time for discussion. Copies will be available to purchase on the night.
If you can’t make it in-person, you can join us via Zoom, link to be added closer to the event.
Read more about the book at the Facebook link above.
What would a world without money look like? This book offers a lively thought experiment of a world without money. Nelson shoes how money drives political power, environmental destruction and social inequality and argues for it to be abolished, rather than repurposed, to achieve a postcapitalist future. Grounded in historical debates about money, Nelson draws on a spectrum of political and economic thought and activism, including feminism, ecoanarchism, degrowth, autonomism, Marxism and ecosocialism. Looking to indigenous rights activism and a defence and advance of commoning, an international network of activists engaged in a fight for a money-free society emerges. Beyond Money shows that, by organising around post-money versions of the future, activists have a hope of creating a world that embodies radical values and visions
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