Honduras Coup, 6 years on, June 2015


June 2015 Honduras coup update – 6 years on

Cases of political persecution in June 2015

University workers unionist disappeared (Donatilo) and killed (Héctor), by what appears to be plotted by UNAH authorities – which not only show no compassion but proceed to sue anyone who accuses them.

WGAR News: Health Impacts of Racism: Jenne Perlstein, ANTaR Victoria

Newsletter date: 18 March 2014


* Michele Harris, 'concerned Australians': Justice (Without Justice there can be no Reconciliation)

* Ron Sutton, SBS World News Radio: PM advised against Race Discrimination Act changes

* Jenne Perlstein, ANTaR Victoria: Health Impacts of Racism

* Rollback the Intervention: 27 March 2014, Alice Springs: there will be a march against racist policing and racist laws

* The Wheeler Centre: Black and Proud: Racism in Sport [Panel including Gilbert McAdam, Dr Sean Gorman and host Angela Pippos]

TREATY - Change.org petition for Treaty - please sign and share

Petitioning the Australian Government, To the Prime Minister, To the Attorney-General

Go the change.org petition site to read and sign the petition - here: http://www.change.org/en-AU/petitions/to-the-australian-government-to-th...

TREATY is the justice - when TREATY is here, "that'd be the justice" said a Central Desert Elder to me.

When we settle for less, in general we are left with 'the less', period.


WGAR News: Let's Talk interviews Gerry Georgatos on Justice Reinvestment & Aboriginal imprisonment

Newsletter date: 31 August 2013


* Let's Talk's Tiga Bayles interviews Gerry Georgatos about Justice Reinvestment and Aboriginal imprisonment
* Greens WA spokesperson on Aboriginal issues, Robin Chapple MLC: Justice reinvestment or more prisons
* Gerry Georgatos, The Stringer: Prisoners Justice Day, not enough being done
* Gerry Georgatos, The Stringer: Magistrate laments mandatory sentencing laws

* ABC The World Today: Indigenous women the fastest-growing demographic among prisoners: report

We are over-run by raping murderers

We are over-run by raping murderers: joining the dots on refuge & crime.
Or why we should fund the Loft & give child asylum seekers a safe place.
I'd so like to never speak of this again.
But the media is full of raping murdering parolees again.
Violent sex offending is a real conundrum.


Rayney verdict to be appealed

They are at it again.

It seems the DPP is not satisfied having ran a case that was 'beset by improbabilities and uncertainties'; a case that saw millions of dollars of taxpayers money wasted on a rouse; a case that saw a man now found to be not guilty doggedly pursued for five long years; a case which exposed WA police as acting 'inappropriately' and 'reprehensibly'.

ARZone's Vegan Buddies now fully operational

Animal Rights Zone (ARZone), the global campaigning, activities, and social network for animal advocates, announces the third phase of their ongoing Vegan Buddies Programme.

With a new video http://arzone.ning.com/video/new-to-veganism-then-this-video-is-for-you-...
[direct YouTube link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=w_EytTohAoE] this phase of ARZone’s Vegan Buddies programme makes the facility publicly available to people who are new to veganism or who are thinking of or interested in living vegan.

Forest Rescue heighten protest actions to save forests - however many arrests

Gerry Georgatos
Forest Rescue Australia (FRA) has heightened its protest actions halting Warrup logging on an almost daily basis - however at the price of arrests. A Forest Products Commission (FPC) spokeswoman confirmed that protestors had entered work areas on three separate days in the last ten days and on two occasions had locked themselves on to two logging machines while work continued in other parts of the operation.

On Monday 19, FRA protestors entered the Warrup logging area and one protestor managed to lock himself on to a logging machine for 15 hours.


"Pay the Rent" - say Nyoongars - "Stronger Futures can go straight to hell"

Gerry Georgatos
With the Stronger Futures debacle in the Australian Senate the following could not be more timely. Nyoongar rights advocate and CEO of Dumbartung Aboriginal Corporation, Robert Eggington has gathered together with several prominent Nyoongars, and a large number of the Nyoongar community, to announce their own Native Title proposals for the state government to consider.


From Dumbartung Aboriginal Corporation - Stolen Wages Rally - March 28

To all Media networks

There will be a large gathering of Aboriginal People on
28 MARCH, 2012
at the corner of Riverside Drive and Victoria Avenue
for a march to Parliament House .

The march route will be up St Georges Terrace,
stopping momentarily at the Office of Premier and Cabinet.

At Parliament House the speakers will address issues such as