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— November 11, 2009
EngageMedia will have a presence at the COP15 events in Copenhagen, covering negotiations and counter-protests. We're looking for people who will be attending who wish to provide coverage, co-ordinate footage sharing or interview opportunities. We're also keen to hear from activists and organisers who wish to be interviewed!
World Summit for Climate Change
— January 09, 2010
Bolivian city of Cochabamba will be the venue for the World Summit for Climate Change. The summit, organized as a world conference of social movements, will operate as a response to the failure of the 15th Summit on Climate Change, recently held in Copenhagen.
City Library Street Press with the Portable Film Festival
— March 24, 2009
City Library Street Press is back after a short Summer break with a new program of free workshops and a submissions call out for an exciting magazine project.
Software Freedom Day 2009
RJ Ian S. Sevilla
— July 03, 2009
— February 22, 2009
An exhibition of designs for an Ecological Business District neighbouring Docklands. Visions from the Victorian Eco-Innovation Lab. http://ecoinnovationlab.com/news/1-general/137-eco-city-exhibition
Activating Human Rights and Peace Conference
— June 19, 2008
The conference will provide a crucial and critical learning space for activating human rights and peace in relation to the fields of law, justice, culture, humanities, education, politics, spirituality and health.
Making Links 2008
— August 03, 2008
The Making Links conference is the leading forum for the not-for-profit and community sectors to showcase their work and to explore current and emerging new media and information and communications technology (ICT). The 5th Making Links conference will be held at Melbourne University from the 11-13th of November 2008. This year Making Links is focusing on how technology can enhance and support social inclusion.
Laying the Foundations: Engineers Without Borders Australia national conference
— October 08, 2007
Bringing together a dynamic mix of diverse speakers and delegates, the Engineers Without Borders National Conference 2007 will ask how we go about ‘Laying the Foundations’ for sustainable human development. Over three days, presenters will explore some of the issues fundamental to securing positive and lasting development outcomes.
Creative Commons Australian Roadshow
— August 30, 2010
Creative Commons Australia invites you to our national conference 2.0. In the past we have held national conferences in Brisbane, where we are headquartered. This year we are taking ccAustralia to a city near you!
Human rights, Democracy, and Peace Resolution in Indonesia
— February 17, 2010
Usman Hamid of the Commission for Missing Persons and Victims of Violence (KontraS) and Yan Christian Warinussy, a human rights lawyer and the Director of the Institute for Research, Analysis and Development of Legal Aid, in Manokwari, West Papua talk of all the challenges, social injustice and the future West Papua. The talk is moderated by SBS filmmaker David O’Shea.
A One Day Conference - WEST PAPUA UPDATE
— November 26, 2010
The visit of Prime Minister Julia Gillard to Indonesia from 1st to 2nd November 2010 put under the spotlight indigenous Papuans being tortured by Indonesian Security Forces on two videos that have circulated widely, and the Indonesian government has admitted they are real. The Military Court in Jayapura (Papua) sentenced several soldiers to just a few months in prison, instead of the Human Rights Court trying this case.
Quality/Control: Designing a new system for ethical media
— October 12, 2008
Open Spectrum Australia is holding a symposium to discuss whether we should label and certify Our Media and how we might do it, both on the internet and on television & radio.
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