Saturday 11th May – 10 to 2.00
Fair Trade display
Brisbane St. Mall
a celebration of the local
businesses and schools
which support Fair Trade .discount vouchers
12.00 Official opening
by the Mayor of
(a Fair Trade Community)
at the Uni Bar
16th May UTas
Newnham at 3.30
$15 ticket includes a
– your hosts are
the Uni Oxfam Group.
Allison 0408 075 863
or the Oxfam Shop
View Fair Trade Fortnight Launceston Tas 2013 in a larger map
Climate Change and you! - Community forum Saturday May 11th, 7:30pm Deloraine Community Complex, Alveston Drive, Deloraine
Presenters: Peter Boyer - Science journalist + Dr Midj Jones - Meteorologist + Phil Harrington - Industry consultant on climate change and energy
- Are you tired of government backflips on climate change?
- Join this important conversation, learn how climate change affects you and what you can do about it.
Free admission. Supported by the Meander Valley Council and Tasmanian Climate Change Office
LOCAL OXFAM GROUPS are involved in the campaign on climate justice for the poor
Hobart Oxfam Group meets 12:30 - 1:30pm on the 3rd Thursday of the month
Launceston Oxfam Group meets 6pm on 2nd Tues of the month at the Royal Oak (except May - we meet 10th May 5.30 at the Oxfam Shop)
University Oxfam Group for members on all UTAS campuses.
NEWS: Saturday 5th May 2012 - Watch the local students in a Multimedia - movie from Examiner newspaper
Click here to read the December 2011 newsletter - Oxfam in Tasmania
See below - an exciting project in Launceston last year
<<< view this clip & come back here in 2011 for more video clips from our part of Streets Alive youth arts festival in Launceston August 2010
Climate .... Change - it's starts with us
Thanks to funding bodies, Tasmanian Community Fund & Launceston City Council
Printable program and poster below
Climate change will affect everyone, but it is affecting poor people in developing countries first and most dramatically, with rising sea levels, desertification, worse storms and food and water shortages. Often these countries are the least able to cope.
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