Film Screening & Panel Discussion | Wednesday, 24 November 2010 | 6-8pm
Location: Parliamentary Theatrette, Parliament House, Macquarie Street, Sydney. Enter building off Macquarie Street, nearest train station is Martin Place. Allow time for security check at entrance.
RSVP essential by Friday 19 November (seating is limited) by email or phone to Patricia Abbott (M):0418 793 512 (E): patriciafabbott AT hotmail DOT com
In recognition of the UN International Day of Solidarity with Palestinian People, Lynda Voltz MLC & David Shoebridge MLC, the co-convenors of NSW Parliamentary Friends of Palestine, in conjunction with Act for Peace, the Ecumenical Working Group on Palestine & Israel and APHEDA, invite you to attend.
PALESTINE: HOPE, PEACE & AUSTRALIA’S NEW ROLE
There will be a film screening of Hope in a Slingshot – the documentary the ABC fears to show – followed by a panel discussion on advocacy and education through churches, unions, politicians and communities with the following panelists:
Reeda Kassis, Director, Internships Australia
Revd Gregor Henderson, Co-Chair, Ecumenical Working Group
Alistair Gee, Executive Director, Act for Peace
Lisa Arnold, Palestine Program Coordinator, Union Aid Abroad-APHEDA
Sylvia Hale, Former NSW Greens MLC
Bring your questions for the panel. There will be music and light refreshments from 5.45 pm. A copy of the invitation flyer is available here.