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UN EVENT: CIVIL SOCIETY AND HUMAN RIGHTS DEFENDERS IN THE PACIFIC
Wednesday Dec 2nd, 2020
2:30 pm - 4:00 pm
Join this session hosted by Jubilee Australia on Civil Society and Human Rights Defenders in the Pacific in the very first UN Pacific Forum on Business and Human Rights! You will hear from human rights defenders about the challenges they face and we will discuss how we can create a safer environment for human rights defenders.
SAVE THE SEPIK RIVER WITH HUMAN RIGHTS DEFENDER EMMANUEL PENI
Tuesday Oct 22nd, 2019
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Join us in Meanjin/Brisbane for a very special evening with Emmanuel Peni, a human rights defender and co-ordinator of Project Sepik. He has travelled a long way to tell you a story about the fight to keep one of the last uncontaminated river systems in the Asia-Pacific region free of large-scale mining led by outside actors.
SPECIAL SYDNEY SCREENING: THE OPPOSITION + Q AND A
Wednesday May 1st, 2019
Port Moresby on Mother's Day, 2012: 100 policemen wielding machetes and guns descend on the Paga Hill Settlement to bulldoze their houses to the ground. A vital investigative documentary, The Opposition highlights the David-and-Goliath struggle against unethical and inhumane corporate practices which tore apart the people of Papua New Guinea.
WOMEN FOR CLIMATE JUSTICE: STORYTELLING NIGHT FT. SPECIAL GUESTS
Tuesday Nov 20th, 2018
6:00 pm - 12:00 am
Sydneysiders, come along on Tuesday 20 November for a unique opportunity to hear from women on the frontlines of the fight for climate and environmental justice around the world. We’ll be screening a short film about the impacts of the extractives industry in PNG and you’ll hear directly from international guests about their work.
BOUGAINVILLE: LONG HAN BLUM YUMI
Tuesday Oct 9th, 2018
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Settle in for an exclusive film screening of ‘Bougainville: Long Han Blum Yumi’. This critical film explores the impact that mining has on local communities in Bougainville. After losing 20,000 people in a brutal civil war where a copper mine was at the core of the conflict, local people set out to prove there are options other than mining on which Bougainville’s future might be built.
DISASTER CAPITALISM: FILM SCREENING AND Q&A
Monday May 7th, 2018
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
The world believes that aid is used to rebuild the lives of those most in need, but is this the truth? If you would like to find out the answer to this question, please join us for a screening of Disaster Capitalism - the documentary that reveals the underbelly of the global aid and investment industry. Disaster Capitalism is made by best-selling journalist and author Antony Loewenstein
TALKING JUSTICE IN THE PACIFIC
Friday Feb 16th, 2018
6:21 am - 6:21 am
Are Australians good neighbours in our region? How do Australian companies and policies impact our Pacific neighbours? And what is being done to work with colleagues and activists there to address these questions? Join Tim Winton and others for a fascinating discussion of these issues and help raise funds for Jubilee Australia - one of the few organisations committed to addressing Australia's footprint
AUSTRALIA’S FOREIGN POLICY IN THE AGE OF TRUMP
Wednesday Apr 5th, 2017
6:23 am - 6:23 am
Please join us on Wednesday 5th April at 6pm, NSW Parliament House, for a free event on Australia's foreign policy in the age of Trump. The event is sponsored by a number of economic justice organisations including AID/WATCH, AFTINET, ICAN, APHEDA, and of course, Jubilee!! Remember to RSVP. We thank our friends at AID/WATCH for organising ...
LET'S TALK ABOUT TRADE JUSTICE
Thursday Mar 16th, 2017
6:32 am - 6:32 am
Next Wednesday 22 March join us at the 3 Wise Monkeys Pub for a thought-provoking discussion on the future of trade justice now that trade justice campaigners (and President Trump) have killed the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement. At our first ever Beers & Ideas event, we ponder the following questions: What would fair and equitable trade agreements look like? And how can we move towards them?