Australia's Campaign for Burma

Recording the Campaign for Burma in Australia. 
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Organizer: Burma Gateway Australian Burmese Network
48 hour Hunger Strike in front of Chinese Consulate, Sydney
Date: 23 Oct
Time: 8.30am to 5pm
Place: Sydney, Australia
Venue: In front of Chinese Consulate
Sydney Continued Actions:
1 Nov - 12.30 Martin Place
10 Nov - 12.30 Townhall
15 Nov - 12.00 Martin Place

Thursday October 11
Lunchtime Rally
12.30pm Martin Place
Do you know city workers in Sydney? Urge them to show their support for the democracy movement inside Burma by joining this lunch time rally.
For more infomation contact Maung Maung Than on 0411 337 816 or Luke Whitington on 0425 214 731

Carry the Light for Burma Procession

What: Join a peaceful procession carrying a candle for the people and Buddhist monks in Burma.
Listen to a talk on peace by Ajahn Brahm from Perth while joining in chanting and prayer.

Why: To raise public awareness of the atrocities committed in Burma to its people and Buddhist monks.
To show the Burmese people that the people in Australia care and encourage peace.
Note: This is NOT a political protest

When: Procession on Sunday, 21st October 2007; 5.30 pm - 6.30 pm.
Follow by talk and service led by Ajahn Brahm at 6:45 7:45 pm.

Where: Gather outside of Bodhikusuma Buddhist and Meditation Centre
Level 2, 203-209 Thomas Street, Haymarket (next to Emperor Garden BBQ Restaurant).
Procession will be from there, along George Street, Hay Street and back again to the Centre.

Please join us in this compassionate act of support and encouragement to the people of Burma.

Brochure: < Download >

Thursday 18th October 12:30pm
Organised by Australian Coalition for Democracy in Burma.
Free Burma Protest
The Burmese people are continuing their fight for democracy - they have
paused to re-group but they are not giving up.
What will you do to help them?
We need to pressure the Australian Government to stop doing business with
the regime.
Venue: Martin Place, CBD
Contact:  Luke Whitington on 0425214731 Maung Maung Than 0411337816


I am organising a peaceful demonstration at BONDI BEACH this Sunday 14th at 11am to support our Burmese brothers and sisters in their struggle for democracy and freedom and to give a voice to those who don't have one. The Burmese government need to know that the international community are watching!

So come along this Sunday to BONDI BEACH - we will be gathering on the grass in-between the two surf clubs, next to the kids park. Show support to the Burmese monks by wearing saffron/red and bring a ribbon to tie to trees. Drums welcome.

Bring a picnic and your families/friends.
Please spread the word.

In peace,
Edwina Hart
0405 206 815

This is not a political rally and we are not connected to any organization except our own S.O.B.B.S. Support our Burmese Brothers and Sisters.

Peace Walk for Burma
Support an end to violence and bloodshed in Burma
Support urgent action by the Australian Government

Time: 12:30PM
Venue: Martin Place
Brochure: < Download >

A Peace Walk led by Burmese Buddhist monks to the Royal Botanic Gardens for a Symbolic Ceremony involving tying red ribbons on a tree in memory of those who have died and those who continue to suffer in Burma.

For more infomation contact:
Myint Cho on 0404 091 143
Jamie Parker on 0418 428 089
Kate Lee on 0419 684 758.

This is the recent history of events organised around Australia to show support for the people of Burma. The world is outraged at the military crackdown on the peaceful protesters and monks in Burma so if you know of any other events not listed here, please email us.

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