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Aboriginal Women & Children's Crisis Service

The Service also provides support to Aboriginal women and children in the community through our various Aboriginal Women’s Outreach Services within the Inner West Region of Sydney to meet the needs of clients.
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Aussie Ark

Aussie Ark was established in 2011 as ‘Devil Ark’, with a focus on saving the iconic Tasmanian devil from extinction. Since then and due to overwhelming success, the role of the organisation has expanded, and now has vision of creating a long-term future for our threatened Australian species. Aussie Ark will secure wild sanctuaries to conserve our native wildlife, free from unnatural predation. Aussie Ark is an adaptive, innovative, private organisation, committed to changing the trajectory of declining species. Aussie Ark is an incorporated association, registered environmental organisation and charitable institution under the Australian Charity and Not-for-profit Commission.
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Australian Koala Foundation

The Australian Koala Foundation (AKF) is the principal non-profit, non-government organisation dedicated to the effective management and conservation of the Koala and its habitat. Our main goals are to refine and update the Koala Habitat Atlas mapping of all wild Koala habitat and to get the Koala Protection Act enacted to ensure Koalas and their habitat are protected.

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Australian Women Against Violence Alliance

AWAVA's focus is addressing all forms of violence against women, to 'ensure that all women and children are able to live free from all forms of violence and abuse'
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Frontline Action on Coal

The campaign to #StopAdani is one of the biggest people-powered campaigns in Australian history - driven largely by a grassroots network of over 70 local groups taking action in their communities. People from all across the world are now joining with us and taking action to stop Adani turbocharging the climate crisis.
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Frontline Action on Coal

The campaign to #StopAdani is one of the biggest people-powered campaigns in Australian history - driven largely by a grassroots network of over 70 local groups taking action in their communities. People from all across the world are now joining with us and taking action to stop Adani turbocharging the climate crisis.
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Frontline Action on Coal

The campaign to #StopAdani is one of the biggest people-powered campaigns in Australian history - driven largely by a grassroots network of over 70 local groups taking action in their communities. People from all across the world are now joining with us and taking action to stop Adani turbocharging the climate crisis.
Individual clay crane by Satci Crutchfield.jpg

Frontline Action on Coal

The campaign to #StopAdani is one of the biggest people-powered campaigns in Australian history - driven largely by a grassroots network of over 70 local groups taking action in their communities. People from all across the world are now joining with us and taking action to stop Adani turbocharging the climate crisis.
Individual clay crane by Satci Crutchfield.jpg

Frontline Action on Coal

The campaign to #StopAdani is one of the biggest people-powered campaigns in Australian history - driven largely by a grassroots network of over 70 local groups taking action in their communities. People from all across the world are now joining with us and taking action to stop Adani turbocharging the climate crisis.
Individual clay crane by Satci Crutchfield.jpg

Frontline Action on Coal

The campaign to #StopAdani is one of the biggest people-powered campaigns in Australian history - driven largely by a grassroots network of over 70 local groups taking action in their communities. People from all across the world are now joining with us and taking action to stop Adani turbocharging the climate crisis.
Individual clay crane by Satci Crutchfield.jpg

Frontline Action on Coal

The campaign to #StopAdani is one of the biggest people-powered campaigns in Australian history - driven largely by a grassroots network of over 70 local groups taking action in their communities. People from all across the world are now joining with us and taking action to stop Adani turbocharging the climate crisis.
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Frontline Action on Coal

This is the fifth exhibition in an awareness and fundraising campaign series to support Frontline Action on Coal (FLAC) curated by intelligent animal in conjunction with Darlington Install Project (DIP) window Gallery.

Community members from around the country are undertaking frontline action to stop the construction of the Adani Carmichael Mine at Moray Downs, Queensland. These dedicated people are engaging in peaceful civil disobedience to show Adani and their supporters that the community will not let them build their Mine.