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The Reluctant Actor
— January 19, 2009
Marie Armstrong is an active member of one of Australia's oldest continuously performing theatres in the country -"New Theatre" in Newtown. Marie joined "New Theatre" at the age of 19 and has an uninterrupted association for over 60 years. Her inspiring lifelong contribution gives a passionate insight into the relationship between "Politics & the Arts".
The Hungry Mile Dedication
— January 31, 2009
Guest speakers Jack Thompson, Peter Garrett, Frank Sartor & Warren Smith celebrate the renaming of Hickson Road to the "The Hungry Mile Precinct " along with MUA members at Wharf 8 Darling Harbour.
What Pakistan Needs Now
— July 25, 2013
What Pakistan Needs Now is a compilation of thoughts put together to voice out a message and uproot false ideology .
Batas Panggung (Stage Limit)
— May 25, 2011
During the 32 years reign of General Soeharto from 1966 to 1998, there are so many people being abducted and forcedly dissappeared up to now. Despite of intense effort to find them back, none of them are found and gained justice.
Agus Alua and the Voices of Papua
— April 15, 2011
Agus Alua was the former chair of Majelis Rakyat Papua (Papuan People's Assembly) - a cultural representation of the indigenous Papuan people which has limited authority to protect the rights based on custom and culture, the empowerment of women, and the strengthening of a harmonious religious life. Alua died on April 8, 2011 after receiving a phone call from Jakarta, and moments before the new MRP membership was to be sworn in. Activists said Alua was ousted from the MRP because of his strong stands against the Central Government's Papua policies. Here's how some Papuans see the inspirational man.
Taring Padi Artist Kollective
— May 27, 2011
A short interview with Mohamad Yusuf as Ucup introducing Taring Padi artist collective in Yogyakarta Indonesia. A very politically active collective that uses street theatre, huge banners/paintings, puppets, zines, music and street posters to get their message accross.
"Everything we should have known, but were never supposed to find out..."
Youth Response to the East Timor Crisis of 2006
— September 30, 2008
An overview of youth perspectives of the causes, impacts, and possible solutions to the political crisis of 2006.
How well do you know the Climate Elephant?
— August 24, 2010
The Australian Youth Climate Coalition's Climate Elephant has won a lot of friends in the last two weeks, but not everyone has been charmed. A smear campaign against the cheeky pachyderm has been launched by the newly formed group Polluters Against Elephants Australia, attacking the Climate Elephant for attempting to reduce pollution. 'The Climate Elephant wants to see pollution reduced,' said Dee Layaction, spokesperson for Polluters Against Elephants Australia. 'We thought it was time to expose his vested interest in young Australians inheriting a safe climate future and strong economy.'
FATHER WHERE EVER YOU ARE YOUR DAUGHTER HERE NEAR THE STAGE or PURUSH
— April 05, 2009
Sungai diibaratkan sebagai ibu bagi negara India. Namun satu-satunya sungai yang menggunakan nama laki-laki hanyalah sungai Brahmaputra yang artinya Putra Brahma yang terletak di North-East India. Membelah negara bagian Assam menjadi dua.
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