News and Events
Were you at Woomera, Baxter, Pine Gap, APEC, S11, G20, Climate Camp? Have you been involved in the struggle for old-growth forests, land rights, attended a coal port blockade, an activist conference / convergence, or been involved in a solidarity campaign? Did you write about your personal experiences? Journal entries, blogs, zine pieces, jotted down thoughts, articles for Indymedia?
Humanitarian organisation rushes to provide access to food, water & sanitation in stricken areas
Open Channel and Cinema Nova present a special screening of this Oscar-nominated documentary
A photographic exhibition
Australia West Papua Association (Melbourne) is holding an Art Auction to raise funds for West Papuans' mission to New York in July, and inviting people around the world to participate by donating or buying art, and by spreading the word through your networks The Auction will be held on Monday, May the 17th at Hogans Gallery 310 Smith Street, Collingwood, Melbourne, Australia.
C31 Melbourne will be holding information sessions for program makers on Tuesday 9th February and Wednesday 10th February at 6.00pm at the station's office - Level 1 of 501 Swanston Street in Melbourne. These information sessions will explain more about what a subscriberthon is, how program makers can get involved and what your program should include to get the message across to your audience.
Haiti: Action Against Hunger establishes mother-baby tents to protect the youngest survivors of the earthquake
MediAct is facing the crisis of shut down with the massive and target-oriented budget cutting by Korean government.
A talk by Clinton Fernandes, Consulting Historian on Balibo film
In light of the 2010 Australian of the Year, Victorian psychiatrist Professor Patrick McGorry calling for an end to immigration detention centres, we're featuring this documentary about the Woomera detention centre, Through The Wire.
Author and researcher John Roosa comes up with a mini-encyclopedia explains some of the key terms pertaining to the events of 1965-66.
Testimonies from Haiti: Resilience and mobilisation sets the mood - even in the most desperate of communities
A testimonial By Lucile Grosjean, Port-au-Prince, Haiti
StoS is an environment movement involving urban community, youths, women in using films and other visual materials in capturing the exploitations around the Southern Hemisphere.