This Easter all are encouraged to join the annual Palm Sunday Rally through Sydney on April 9 to say “We Can Do Better” for refugees.
Francisco Lu-Olo Guterres, the President of FRETILIN, was elected to be the National President of Timor-Leste on March 20, with an absolute majority.
Community lawyers, gagged and dressed as “Lady Justice” figures, gathered at Belmore Park on March 29 to protest for Community Legal Centres, which are facing 30 per cent cuts to their Commonwealth funding.
Housing experts and NGOs argue a 15-30 per cent minimum for affordable housing should apply to all units in new developments.
I remember the first Mardi Gras. It was 1978, and it was a different world back then.
January 26 saw over 10,000 people marching from The Block in Redfern to the Yabun festival in Victoria Park.
Issues like refugees, drug law reform and social justice advocacy took centre stage at Yurora National Christian Youth Convention.
Uniting Church congregations and Uniting staff have joined in symbolic action for refugees and people seeking asylum surrounding “Hope Sunday”, November 27.
One hundred and seventy musicians and an award-winning filmmaker donated their time and talents to say ‘no more’ to offshore detention.
NSW Government and its Greater Sydney Commission must take the lead with 15 per cent minimum affordable housing in all major new developments.
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