West Papuan Situation Examined At Community Dinner

Published: Mon 19 Jun 2006 10:00 AM
West Papuan Situation Examined At Community Dinner
Maire Leadbeater (from Indonesian Human Rights Committee) will be speaking about the situation in West Papua and the need for change.
There will also be a excerpt from William Nessen's award-winning 'The Black Road' and delicious Acehnese Food.
Crossways Hall (cnr Elizabeth and Brougham Street, Mt Victoria) Saturday July 8th Dinner starts at 6:00pm and is followed by Maire's talk and the movie. $5 unwaged and $8 waged
All money donated will go towards a fact finding trip to Aceh
Organised by the Acheh Support Group Contact for more details

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