Friday 21 October 2016, Sreening Commences 7pm

Women's Forum Australia is pleased to bring you 'Hush' a groundbreaking new documentary that explores the issue of abortion from a uniquely pro-woman perspective.

What is the impact of abortion on a woman's health? Are there long-term psychological and physical impacts? Is there a link between abortion and breast cancer? Does having an abortion increase the risk of pre-term births in subsequent pregnancies?

'Hush' has been on the film festival circuit since its world premiere at the LA Femme International Film Festival and picked up the Golden Award at the World Documentary Awards in 2015 and Best Documentary at the Life Fest Film Festival along with multiple other awards screenings.

When: Friday 21 October 2016
6.15pm: Drinks and canapes
7.00pm: Screening commences
Venue: Lido Cinemas Level 1 675 Glenferrie Road Hawthorn VIC 3121
Cost: Adults $35 Students $25 (must hold a valid Student ID card)
Bookings: https://womensforumaustralia.worldsecuresystems.com/events

Saturday 22 October 2016, Doors Open 7pm

A musical that celebrates life and hope!
St. Therese’s Performing Arts Centre
cnr Edward & Florence St Essendon Mel. Ref. 28 F3
Adults $20.00 Concession $15
Primary School Aged Children $5
Flyer: Guadalupe
Bookings: www.trybooking.com/MSCF
More information: Call Jane 0412 239 381

Tuesday 8 November, 7.30pm
Victorian Arts Centre - Hamer Hall

Dean Strang and Jerry Buting, defence attorneys for Steven Avery in the Netflix documentary series, Making A Murderer, have announced an Australian speaking tour in November.

The tour, which will involve the two attorneys in conversation about the Steven Avery case and its broader implications, will also feature the pair in a moderated discussion regarding the systematic failures of the criminal justice system. This will include a Q&A giving the audience a unique opportunity to address questions with both Strang and Buting.

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Wednesday 9 November, 7pm–9pm (registration from 6.45pm)  

Wesley Uniting Church, 148 Lonsdale Street, Melbourne

This ecumenical forum will discuss the issue of treaty recognition for Australia’s Indigenous population, exploring the ways forward by working with Aboriginal people towards the common goal of a treaty. Keynotes will be delivered by Stuart McMillan, the president of the Uniting Church in Australia and Rev Ken Sumner, Victorian state director of Uniting Aboriginal and Islander. Vicki Clark, former co-ordinator of the Aboriginal Catholic Ministry Victoria, will take part in a panel discussion on the issue. The forum will include a Q&A session. Hosted by the Victorian Council of Churches, the forum is open to all. Details and RSVP (essential): 9251 5266 or http://bit.ly/VCCTreaty

Thursday 10 November, 6–7.45pm  

St Joseph’s Hall, St Augustine’s Church, 631 Bourke Street, Melbourne

menALIVE in the City is an opportunity for men to get together and explore the things that matter. This next gathering will probe the topic ‘Friendship with Jesus: How can I pray?’ Come a little earlier for Mass at St Augustine’s at 5.30pm. Details: Michael Bohan on 0439 172 465 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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