'Vote Yes' is a short film set on May 27, 1967 - The day Australia voted to change the constitution to give Indigenous Australians rights. The film leaves the viewer what happens next... We've teamed with Recognise and IndigenousX to help answer that question.
CPD is a progressive think tank dedicated to making good ideas matter
Founded in 2007 in the US and now working across the world, 350.org is a grassroots global movement working to unite the world around solutions to the climate crisis.
The Rhythm Hut is a community centre in Gosford that strives to connect people through music. We provide classes in African and Japanese drumming, host live music nights and open mics, and basically bring lots of love back into an area that desperately needs it.
Friends of Bangladesh raises awareness and support for the struggles of Bangladeshi peasants. We partner with local organisations Bangladesh Krishok Federation and Bangladesh Kishani Sabha who work for land reform, food sovereignty and climate justice amongst the marginalised. They have over 2 million members whose voice BPSN aims to directly link with Australia. We recognise the links between global injustice and climate change, and work to promote the means for Australians to support organisations with local knowledge who can provide genuine solutions to these issues.
A campaign in support of Jonathan Moylan and his efforts to highlight the role of ANZ bank in financing the proposed, destructive Whitehaven Maules Creek coal mine. Jonathan is facing 10 years jail & $765 000 in fines. We are supporting the legal, travel and campaign costs associated with fighting the case against him.
We are a committed group of individuals who have come together on behalf of SeeBeyondBorders, an Australian NGO, to raise funds for the Sdey Leur Schools Project, a cluster of schools in the Battambang province of Cambodia. The team needs to raise over AU$90,000 and have been working on a contemporary Cambodian cookbook. We have managed to secure high profile Australian chefs such as Christine Manfield and Marion Grasy to contribute and now wish to raise funds to cover the cost of printing so that all profits can go towards this project.
Enterprise Learning Projects (ELP) works in partnership with remote Aboriginal communities to develop inclusive, creative and sustainable enterprise-based initiatives that support family and community goals. ELP creates opportunities for people to develop the skills, experience and confidence to start and grow their own ventures through the facilitation of enterprise projects.
The New Internationalist is an award-winning independent magazine. We believe in climate justice, tax justice, equality and human rights for all.
Work our way out of climate emergency by establishing worker-owned co-operatives in Australia, manufacturing sustainable products, primarily purchased through union enterprise agreements.