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February 2021

Manus Film Screening & Conversation with Angus McDonald

February 26 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Lennox Head Cultural Centre, 1 Mackney Lane Lennox Head, NSW 2478 + Google Map

Award-winning artist, filmmaker and Lennox Head resident Angus McDonald will present & discuss his short film 'Manus' in conversation with journalist Jenny Burgess. Friday the 26th February 201, from 6pm to. 9pm at the Lennox Head Cultural Centre. Tosecure your spot, book your tickets: https://www.trybooking.com/events/landing/713438 Presented by Lennox Arts Board Inc with support from Pandanus Productions and Ballina Shire Council. All ticket profits go to Human Rights Watch. "MANUS is a 13 minute film, which shines a light on the…

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March 2021

Time For A Home – National Actions

March 1 - March 7

Time For A Home - National Week of Actions Add your planned action to the growing list - https://www.timeforahome.com.au/events  

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Back to Bilo – Third Anniversary

March 5

On 5 March it will be 3 years since Nades, Priya, and the girls were taken from their Biloela home, and placed in detention. There will be many actions taken on and around this date.

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Palm Sunday – Walk for Justice for Refugees 2021

March 28

Watch for news of events across Australia Resources will soon be available on the ARAN website

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April 2021

Back to Bilo – Letter-Writing Blitz

April 5

RAR, Amnesty and the Grandmothers for Refugees will be holding a Letter-Writing Blitz. More information will be available on the ARAN website

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June 2021

Refugee Week

June 20 - June 26

People around Australia will be celebrating Refugee Week 2021

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July 2021


July 19

The 19 July each year reminds us that this was the day that former Prime Minister Kevin Rudd declared that asylum seekers who arrived by boat would have no chance of being settled in Australia as refugees. Rudd made a deal that saw asylum seekers sent to Papua New Guinea. The arrangement was to be effective for 12 months, but after 8 years, there are still people trapped in PNG and on Nauru

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