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Local events in South Australia

Past Events

Communities for Peace: INTERNATIONAL DAY OF PEACE

2-4 PM - SUNDAY 21 SEPTEMBER 2014
SCOTS CHURCH ADELAIDE, 237 NORTH TERRACE, ADELAIDE CBD

 
Act for Peace, The Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom and the Independent Peaceful Australia Network presents 'Communities for Peace'. 

Join more than 20 peace organisations for a day of live music, a pooled afternoon tea and a dance performance by children from the United Nations Kindergarten.
 
This is a unique networking event for peace organisations and community groups.
 
Come along to share your own ideas and experiences of peacebuilding, or learn more about the work of other peace organisations and groups.
 
Keynote speakers include peace advocate Sharon Turley and Professor Lis Porter, Politics and International Relations Lecturer, University of South Australia.
 
Contact Ruth Russell for more information: ruth.russell788@gmail.com

Find out more about the International Day of Peace in 2014

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More ways to take action

You can help prevent children like Maala being born with chronic illnesses by helping pregnant women stay healthy and nourished in the first place.

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