OCTOBER IN MELBOURNE – A Month of Lectures

OCTOBER IN MELBOURNE – A MONTH OF LECTURES Hurry and book before tickets sell out

TARIQ ALI Edward Said Memorial Lecturer for 2010Wednesday 6 October 2010, 7.15pm for a 7.30pm start The Auditorium, Melbourne City Conference Centre, 333 Swanston Street, City
Hosted by Australians for Palestine with the Victorian Trades Hall Council & Students for Palestine
(Tariq Ali will be giving the Edward Said Memorial Lecture in Adelaide on 9 October) TALK: “From Bush to Obama – change we can believe in?”

TICKETS ARE ALREADY SELLING VERY FAST. It seems that Melbournians are very keen to learn more about the burning issues of our time and there are few speakers as eloquent as Tariq Ali who can hold audiences riveted to their seats with an expose of the volatile political manoeuvrings in the Middle East. Ali will show how the Obama regime is behaving like its predecessor under Bush, and how on Palestine as elsewhere, any change of personnel is essentially a cosmetic exercise leaving the future as precarious as ever. Various book titles will be on sale at the event.

THIS IS ONE EVENT ON THE US & MIDDLE EAST YOU SHOULD NOT MISS! TICKETS $20 – bookings strongly advised
Tickets can be purchased online through the PURCHASE button on our website’s homepage http://www.australiansforpalestine.com
All other enquiries, please contact nasser@australiansforpalestine.comNOTE: Please make sure you add your postal address when booking tickets online so that we can post the tickets to you in plenty of time before the event.

TARIQ ALI Tuesday 5 October 2010, 6.45pm for a 7.00pm start
The Barn Montsalvat, 7 Hillcrest Avenue Eltham (about 50 mins out of Melbourne depending on traffic)
Hosted by the Eltham Bookshop as part of their Annual World Matters Festival 2010 TALK: “The Obama Syndrome – Why the war in Afghanistan is unwinnable”

A TOPIC VERY RELEVANT TO AUSTRALIA’S FOREIGN POLICY!TICKETS $10: bookings essentialFOR FULL DETAILS SEE – http://australiansforpalestine.com/29892

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