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Noam Chomsky

Occupy Sydney

A global movement is growing. From Egypt to Spain, from Greece to the United States, hundreds of thousands of everyday people are occupying. Occupy Sydney began on 15 October, with hundreds of people reclaiming Martin Place. Flanked by the imposing towers of the financial and political elites, where a handful of people make decisions which affect the whole society, a new democratic space was established.


Chomsky Forum report-back: What did Noam say and what does it mean for us?

Sunday, November 20, 2011 -
2:00am to 5:00am

After Noam delivers the 2011 Sydney Peace Prize Lecture, join us for a debrief and discussion. The Chomsky Forum organisers have been lucky enough to be invited to do a short interview with Noam when he is in Sydney. Come along to this debrief to learn what Noam's answers were and discuss how this applies to acitivist causes within Australia.

For free events and more info check out http://www.chomskyforum.net


Who is Noam Chomsky?

Chomsky and hope for avoiding ecological disaster - Sydney Uni

Friday, October 21, 2011 -
12:00am to 1:00am

In recent years, Chomksy has put forward a piercing critique of the ecologically destructive nature of capitalism. He also offers ideas about how we can build a better future. Two speakers will explore his ideas and facilitate critical discussion. Dr Stuart Rosewarne is a lecturer in the Department of Political Economy and a long time environmental activist. He will talk about his work in the area of climate justice. Claire Parfitt is a research student at Sydney University, works on the Greenpeace agriculture campaign and is an activist in the refugee solidarity movement.

Noam Chomsky speaks at the Opera House

Thursday, November 3, 2011 -
9:30pm to 11:00pm

Noam Chomsky will speak at the Sydney Opera House at 10.30am on 3 November. For more info and ticket sales visit

For free events and more info check out http://www.chomskyforum.net


Who is Noam Chomsky?

Against the manufacture of consent - UTS

Tuesday, October 25, 2011 - 11:00pm to Wednesday, October 26, 2011 - 12:30am

Two speakers will introduce Chomsky's radical ideas. Professor of Journalism, Wendy Bacon, will speak on Chomksy's ideas on the media, how they influenced thinking on the media, how they went out of fashion, and are they relevant today? James Goodman, Associate Professor in Cosmopolitan Civil Societies will speak on Chomsky's geopolitics: anti-imperialism from within.

Organised by the Sydney Chomsky Forum http://www.chomskyforum.net/