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Women's Forum Australia is hosting a dinner and dessert during White Ribbon Week to launch Getting Real by Melinda Tankard Reist. The event is open to...
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18 Nov 2009
River Stories

On November 20th, Diane Bell, editor of Listen to Ngarrindjeri Women Speaking, will deliver the keynote address "River Stories" at Community Innovator...
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Dyke Books Inc is pleased to announce its launch of Brazen Hussies: A Herstory of Radical Activism in the Women's Liberation Movement, by Jean Taylor....
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Susan Hawthorne has been featured in this year's The Best Australian Poems 2009, edited by Robert Adamson, and published by Black Inc Books. Susan's p...
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Ariel Salleh is discussing the book Eco-Sufficiency & Global Justice and other writing at these events.

#24–25 October 2009, Melbourne, Australia
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A new website providing information on the Kapululangu Women's Law and Culture Centre has been launched. The Kapululangu Women's Law and Culture Centr...
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If the world matters to you, check out the fifth annual World Matters forums on October 17, 18, 19 and November 19 at Edendale Community Farm, Gastons...
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Pages to Poetry: Sandy Jeffs at Readings

Come hear prize-winning poet Sandy Jeffs read from her latest work at the Readings event Pages to Poetry on ...
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Dr Zohl de Ishtar, Nobel Peace Prize nominee and author of three books, will be speaking at two events about the Kapululangu Elders' efforts to protec...
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Tune in to Ockham's Razor on Radio National this Sunday 4 October at 8.45 am to hear Ariel Salleh, editor of Eco-Sufficiency and Global Justice. The topic is "Is our sustainability science racist?"


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