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July 27, 2010


Stand up for refugees pre-election rally

by refugeeactioncoalitionsydney

Say no to another Tampa election

Let the refugees in
Close all detention centres
No to offshore processing

Rally 1pm Saturday 7 August
Sydney Town Hall

Called by Refugee Action Coalition for more info contact Ian 0417275713 or Diane 0413003148

Help us promote this rally by inviting your friends on Facebook to the event at this link

Download a copy of the poster here, print it out and stick up on your noticeboard at work or in your local area

As the federal election looms, with Julia Gillard and Tony Abbott locked in a race to the bottom on refugee policy, it is more important than ever that we take to the streets to say no more! We will not go quietly as the major parties drag us back to the dark ages of racist fear-mongering that characterised the Howard years. Refugees are desperate people fleeing shocking conditions of war and persecution. Australia should be rolling out the red carpet for these refugees, not adding to their trauma and misery through mandatory detention, offshore processing and possible deportation back to torture or death.

Join us on Saturday 7 August to say it loud, say it clear, refugees are welcome here!

Say no to another Tampa election

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  1. Yoga Balakrishnan
    Jul 30 2010

    I really believe we have to have a National Rally Day where a rally is held in each city around Australia on the same day. I believe that mobilising so many people at the same time would actually get the attention that the refugees deserve.


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