15 Henley Rd
(PO Box 2219)
Ph: (02) 8762 4200
Fx: (02) 8762 4220
Int'l Ph: +61 2 8762 4200
Int'l Fx: +61 2 8762 4220
Located just 100 metres to the south of Flemington Railway Station. Link to new location on Google Maps
5 Abingdon St
(Postal: 84 Park Rd)
Ph 1: (07) 3103 7376
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|Photo Albums 1 - 10 of 13||Name||Description||Updated|
The Tarawa Climate Change Conference
||11/19/2010 12:17 AM|
King Tide on Horn & Thursday Island
12 images of the King Tide on Horn & Thursday Island in January 2009
|02/11/2009 12:21 AM|
Turn Down the Heat - Eco-CD Launch
PCP CD Launch
CD Launch - ERC & Pacific Calling Partnership
The national launch was recently held of our new environmental education music CD Turn Down the Heat. The evening was a great success featuring artists from the CD together with presentations on the implications of climate change for our Pacific & Torres Strait Island neighbours.
|03/02/2008 10:40 PM|
Calling Out Sept 23rd 2007
The Pacific Calling Partnership organised this event as part of the Marrickville Festival to promote solidarity with our island neighbours. Over 120 people came to the Sol Function Centre to join this celebration of culture and share messages of hope.
|09/24/2007 07:57 AM|
Interns at Sanlaap Kolkata 2007
|09/13/2007 10:33 PM|
Pacific Calling Partnership 2007
The following photos provide a glimpse of some of the Pacific Calling Partnership's activities in 2007
|04/24/2007 12:39 AM|
Kiribati and the Pacific Calling
This series of photos documents damage done by storms and king tides in Kiribati and some of the responses of the Pacific Calling Partnership.
|Kiribati is a nation of Pacific atolls. It is one of a number of low lying Pacific nations that are experiencing the brunt of climate change. As climate change advances the atolls of Kiribati are experiencing unusual weather patterns including unseasonal rain and king tides. Climate change threatens the existence of low lying Pacific nations like Kiribati and they are calling for help. The Pacific Calling Partnership is a response to this call. This album consists of photos taken in Kiribati by David Little, Sister Marie O'Shea and Brother Damien who are our partners in Kiribati. There are also photos of the Pacific Calling Partnership in action in Sydney, Australia.||01/29/2007 09:22 PM|
PCP Canberra Delegation
In September 2006 the Pacific Calling Partnership sent a delegation of five advocates to Canberra to encourage parliamentarians to make efforts to tackle climate change in solidarity with our low-lying island neighbours
The main agenda for the delegation was to meet parliamentarians from all sides of politics, to congratulate efforts made to address climate change and low-lying islands such as the Labor party's 2006 policy discussion paper titled 'Our drowning neighbours' and advocate for increased labour access and an orderly migration strategy for people from low-lying islands.
|01/29/2007 09:17 PM|
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|11/09/2006 07:52 PM|
Photos from the Asia-Pacific Internship Program
|Photos from the Asia-Pacific Internship program which places young people interested in human rights in non-profit organisations in the Asia -Pacific.
||07/18/2006 08:51 PM|
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ERC initiative the Pacific Calling Partnership promotes awareness of the devastating effects of climate change on low-lying island communities of the Pacific. The PCP campaign goes beyond both the science and the spin to make evident 'the human face of climate change'.
Update: ERC Director, Phil Glendenning, recently returned to Australia from Afghanistan after 10 days interviewing returned asylum seekers again in Kabul.
ERC is redoubling our efforts to find a third-country resettlement option for those returnees from Australia with whom we have been able to make contact. We need financial support to achieve this.
Such work uncovers high levels of risk for the deportees (and for our researchers). Research publications are available here.
Listen to Phil speak of the visit to ABC Radio National's Phillip Adams.
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