Saturday 24 November
8pm sunset performance
9:30pm fire yarn
Hart's Mill grounds (west side), Port Adelaide
Sovereign Acts III – REFUSE is the third work in a trilogy of research, video and performance works by The Unbound Collective. Called Bound and Unbound: Sovereign Acts, the trilogy has explored the capacity of ideas to both bind and set free, alongside cultural continuance and institutional containment. The Unbound Collective brings together four First Nations women who are working across art, activism and academia.
Sovereign Acts III – REFUSE continues their investigation through the lens of community continuity, environmental campaigning, and the Port River. Through their ongoing research and collaborative practices Unbound are exploring critical-creative resistance and refusal to acts of environmental degradation on Aboriginal land, the role of Aboriginal women in caring for Country, intergeneration transmission of knowledge and sovereignty through protest.
Join Unbound and their collaborators (including performer and language activist, Dr. Lou Bennett, and violinist Katie Inawantji Morrison) for a very special evening event, in two parts, that brings together this research through performance, ceremony and conversation.
See the full creative and cultural team credits here: https://vitalstatistix.com.au/projects/sovereign-acts-refuse/Saturday, November 24, 2018 at 08:00 PMHart's Mill
The federal government is currently deciding on whether to build a facility to house Australia's nuclear waste at either Kimba on the Eyre Peninsula or near Hawker in the Flinders Ranges. More information can be found here and here.
Federal Resources Minister Matt Canavan wants to make a decision on the waste dump by the end of the year. This timing is based on politics, not need. The time to act is now. He has said that he will not impose a dump on an unwilling community - join us on November 3rd and show him that SA is unwilling.
The Minister was going to partly base his decision on a ballot in the affected communities. This is currently on hold and may not happen at all because the Barngarla people, Native Title Holders for Kimba, were granted an injunction in the Supreme Court of SA just before ballots were to commence. Their argument was that the exclusion of Native Title holders who did not live in the narrowly defined ballot areas was in breach of the Racial Discrimination Act. This court process has put the ballots in the Kimba district and also the Flinders Ranges area on hold. There is some uncertainty regarding whether the ballots will proceed at all yet the Minister is determined to choose one of the sites before the end of 2018.
We believe this is a statewide issue and we have legislation that bans such facilities - the SA Nuclear Waste Facility (Prohibition) Act 2000. The objects of this Act are “to protect the health, safety and welfare of the people of SA and to protect the environment in which they live by prohibiting the establishment of certain nuclear waste storage facilities in this state.” This law is sensible and powerful and we want all our state politicians to use it to stop the federal government imposing a nuclear waste dump on SA.
Responsible radioactive waste management is a national issue that requires national scrutiny. It should not be the primary burden or sole choice of voters in a specific part of regional SA. Australia has a responsibility to properly manage its nuclear waste, and we are asking the federal government to set up an independent inquiry into to explore the full range of options.
Join us on 3rd November - We Still Say NO to a nuclear wasteSaturday, November 03, 2018 at 11:30 AMKaurna Land, Parliament HouseCome and grab your copy, join community and remember this story....
On 8 February 2015 SA Premier Jay Weatherill announced a Royal Commission into the nuclear industry and a major community campaign against plans for an international high level radioactive waste dump began.
The No Dump Alliance (NDA) has released a book about this campaign. 'Standing Strong’ covers the key issues championed by Aboriginal and civil society groups opposed to the plan including the lack of Traditional Owner consent, dubious economics, the risks to people and the environment and the impact on future generations.
The book shows how South Australians hit the streets, organised community meetings, got involved online, signed postcards, attended information sessions, door-knocked MP’s and breathed a sigh of relief in June 2017 when the Premier conceded that the plan was “dead” and that his government would not pursue the plan.
Today, South Australia faces the proposal of a national nuclear waste site near Hawker in the Flinders Ranges and at Kimba on the Eyre Peninsula, come and hear about these issues and more.fb event here.Saturday, July 21, 2018 at 06:00 PMThe Gov in Hindmarsh, Australia
On 7th June 2017 the No Dump Alliance welcomed the announcement from Premier Weatherill that he now considers the international high level nuclear waste dump is dead, vowing that Labor will not revisit if after the next state election. This is wonderful for South Australia, however our State still faces the prospect of a Federal low and intermediate radioactive waste dump.
The Federal government wants to build a nuclear waste ‘facility’ in SA. Some of this nuclear waste is a hazard for hundreds of years and some for over ten thousand years.
WE HAVE SAID NO BEFORE AND WE STILL SAY NO.
South Australians said no the last time (1998-2004) the Federal government wanted to build a nuclear waste dump and more recently we said no to the plan to import high-level international nuclear waste.
Please join us at Parliament House to send a clear message to the Federal government that SA is too good to waste.
Come to North Terrace, 11 am, Saturday December 2, 2017.
Please spread the word and come along with your family, friends, organisations and community groups. Together we can build a better, greener future from safer things than nuclear waste!
WHAT YOU CAN DO
Come to the rally
RALLY TIME! DON’T DUMP ON SA.
Saturday Dec 2, 2017, 11 am
Parliament House, North Tce, Adelaide, Kaurna Land.
Family friendly event. Bring your friends!
Sign the petition: www.nodumpalliance.org.au/sign_the_petition_no_dump
Check out the website: www.dontdumponsa.net
Donate: via the crowdfunder www.gofundme.com/dont-dump-on-sa-rally-2-dec-2017 or by direct deposit to: BSB: 313 140 Account No: 12137847 (please note that donations are not tax deductible)
Phone or write to your local MP. Find their contact details here: http://www.parliament.sa.gov.au/Members/Pages/List%20of%20All%20Members.aspx
RSVP on FB: www.facebook.com/dontdumponsa
Rally Flyer to download and distribute
Rally Poster to print for promotions
Briefing paper about the case for extended storage at Lucas Heights by David Noonan, Independent Environmental campaigner paper
WATCH AND SHARE THESE GREAT VIDEOS
We Say NO!
The Flinders Local Action Group (FLAG) initiated this spectacular 3.5 minute film to show the breadth and depth of opposition to the waste dump. We Say No: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CFtlVBCIXHA
Nuclear Waste Land
Journalist Timothy Larges from Reuters International visited Yappala in the Flinders Ranges last year and made this documentary film which was recently screened at the Berlin Film Festival: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Gpt46ofCXs
South Australia says NO to nuclear waste dumps!
AEU film showing South Australia saying NO to nuclear waste dumps! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XI4TzWH-ILs. 3,000 plus rallied outside Parliament House in Adelaide on October 15, 2016 to express their strong and unrelenting opposition to proposals for nuclear waste dumps in SA!
Leave the Poison Alone
This is a short documentary about the proposed nuclear waste dump in the Flinders Ranges in South Australia, located on traditional aboriginal land. The Adnyamathanha and local communities are expressing their concerns and telling us why this should not be imposed on them. It was filmed by some french tourists who were in the area and horrified to learn what was proposed so took it upon themselves to make this great film. By Alexis Charles. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XEbRwGVFEIoSaturday, December 02, 2017 at 11:00 AMParliament House,
Together we have ended plans for a high-level international radioactive waste dump in our state but the federal government is still pushing for a national waste dump site in SA.
We have faced this challenge before. Now we need to learn from the past, act in the present and build a cleaner future.
Join us for courageous and inspiring stories of and from people on the frontline, learn the history of community resistance and how together we can keep our state free from nuclear waste.
Local and interstate speakers will include:
Nina Brown, Irati Wanti Campaign
Kylie Sambo, Muckaty Campaign
Karina Lester, Yankunytjatjara
The McKenzie sisters, Adnyamathanha
Also on show will be some new and historical footage, highlights from the Talking Straight Out exhibition, and useful info to help us win this current fight.
Afterwards, enjoy a free BBQ and some music. Stay tuned for more on this.
We hope to see you at this very special event!Saturday, August 19, 2017 at 02:00 PMWaterside Workers Hall in Port Adelaide, AustraliaTHE ANU FOOD COOP, CANBERRA, WILL HOST AN AWARENESS-RAISING EVENT ON NOVEMBER THE 15TH AT 6PM TO PROVIDE INFORMATION ABOUT THE 2 PROPOSED NUCLEAR WASTE DUMPS IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA.THERE WILL BE SPEAKERS VIA SKYPE; DINNER FOR A DONATION; MUSIC COURTESY OF INTERNATIONAL AND LOCAL ARTISTS; AND FILMS FROM THE CAMPAIGN.Tuesday, November 15, 2016 at 06:00 PMANU Food Coop in Canberra, Australia
Join public health experts over afternoon tea to hear about the public health impacts and concerns for South Australia's plans to import 138,000 tonnes of high level nuclear waste.
Dr Margaret Beavis, President, Medical Association for Prevention of War
Dr Peter Tait, Nuclear spokesperson, Public Health Association of Australia
Dr Robert Hall, South Australian co-convenor, Medical Association for Prevention of War.Wednesday, November 02, 2016 at 02:30 PMThe Joinery in Adelaide, Australia
On the 15th of October, the 63rd anniversary of the Emu Field atomic bomb tests, take a stand and join us at Parliament House to say “NO!” to nuclear waste dumps in SA.
Nuclear waste dumps in South Australia simply aren’t worth the RISKS.
Spread the word and come along with your family, friends, organisation and community group to stand up for SA.
Website: www.dontdumponSAoct15.org and RSVP on facebook HERE.Saturday, October 15, 2016 at 11:00 AMParliament House Steps in Adelaide, Australia
GANG invite you to the Capri Theatre to embark on the latest Jason Bourne journey in support of the latest waste dump fight.
Money raised will go towards the No Dump AllianceFriday, July 29, 2016 at 08:00 PMCapri Theatre
The No Dump Alliance is set to take off with key signatories gathering together to stand and speak strong in their unity against nuclear waste dumps in South Australia. The website will be online and you will be only a click away from joining the Alliance.Monday, May 16, 2016 at 12:00 PMPilgrim Uniting Church