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The fight for refugee rights national conference, 7-8 July
Australian Refugee Action Network
is hosting its second national conference, Politics and Protest - the Fight for Refugee Rights, in Melbourne, from 7-8 July. The conference is open to anyone interested in refugee activism and advocacy.
Gather with other activists and advocates to:
* discuss the political context and campaign priorities
* share ideas and experience for mobilising and effective campaigning
* exploring ideas for strengthening national coordination.
Australian Nursing and Midwifery Federation (Victoria Branch), 535 Elizabeth Street, Melbourne (between Victoria and Queensberry Streets)
$75 full / $40 concession (includes lunches)
Conference dinner on Saturday night (Tamil Feast at rooftop venue in CBD), additional $35.
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