Three unions with a keen interest in climate change and social justice have joined forces to put on a screening of Michael Caton’s highly rated short documentary film entitled “Guarding the Galilee: Inside the fight to stop Adani coal”.
The film is showing on Monday 31 July 6pm at the Bella Union Bar (Trades Hall), 54 Victoria St & Lygon St, Carlton VIC 3053.
All proceeds from the night will go directly to Seed — Indigenous Youth Climate Network.
There will be a panel discussion after the screening of the documentary on climate, health and environmental issues.
“Climate change is perhaps the greatest health issue humanity has ever faced,” said VAHPA Secretary Craig McGregor.
“As Allied Health Professionals we have a responsibility to be cognisant of the issues. This is a great opportunity for active AHPs to get together with other allied health comrades to explore this vital issue.”
“As a union we have need to be active in this space. I encourage hope to meet and perhaps even
The night has been organised in large part by the Victorian division of the National Tertiary Education Union and is supported by the National Union of Workers and VAHPA.
The NTEU are providing a light dinner on the night and drinks will be available from the bar.
Climate change is perhaps the greatest health issue humanity has ever faced. VAHPA members are strongly encouraged to attend.