18/05/19 Warrang/Sydney Action – Gallery

18/05/19 Warrang/Sydney Action – Gallery

We say thank you to everyone that came down and took part in Sail4Justice eviction-not-election action last Saturday. We took to the waterways to deliver an eviction notice to the illegal "australian" government stationed at Kirribili House. They are the thieves of the land of hundreds of countries on this continent as well as perpetrators of crimes against humanity and the Nature. They have no legitimacy to dictate who can and who cannot seek asylum here. We wanted to point out...

Gallery from the Launch 4th May

Gallery from the Launch 4th May

Thanks to everyone for braving the wild weather to see us off. What an amazing crew of people, from paddlers to performers, photographers, cooks, drivers, sailors and everyone who came down. We are loaded up with lots of yummy food and most importantly - the Original Nation Passports, Kangaroo skin engraved by Aunty Viv and lots of banners, art and letters for the men on Manus. We are on our way!

Sail4Justice with the Wa Canoe joins Walk4Refugees Rally

Sail4Justice with the Wa Canoe joins Walk4Refugees Rally

Sail4Justice with the Wa Canoe joins Walk4Refugees Rally To raise awareness about the ongoing human rights violations in West Papua and to draw attention to this slow motion genocide on our doorstep, the West Papuan community and their supporters pushed the Wa Canoe for Freedom during the Palm Sunday Justice for Refugees rally. Built by Lober Wainggai and decorated by Amos Wainggai, the canoe is a replica of the one that arrived on Australian shores in 2006 carrying 43 West Papuan refugees,...

Fight for the Bight

Fight for the Bight

On Sunday some of our #sail4justice crew joined in solidarity with a fantastic turn out of people who care about our oceans and coastal communities, Fight for the Bight, at St Kilda West Beach - Melbournians standing up when our politicians won’t. There was a massive paddle-out protest against Norwegian Company Equinor’s plan to drill for oil in the Great Australian Bight. .   THE GREAT AUSTRALIAN BIGHT IS UNDER THREAT FROM BIG OIL. The Bight is no place for risky deepwater drilling. You...

As the dust settles on Medivac Bill

As the dust settles on a historic day in Parliament we would like to acknowledge the work of the community - people in detention, activists and advocates - in the passage of the Medical Evacuation Bill. This bill recognises that it is unjust to refuse medical treatment to critically ill people. We must go a step further and recognise the underlying injustice - and the cause of these illnesses in the first place - that it is unjust to refuse protection to people seeking asylum. We truly hope...

Stop West Papuan Genocide National Day of Action – Melbourne

Stop West Papuan Genocide National Day of Action – Melbourne

Sail4Justice crew are joining the Melbourne West Papua Community and supporters for the national day of action for West Papua at the front of the Indonesian Consulate at 10am Tuesday 12.2.2019 "In 2018, between December 4 and 15, the Indonesian government unleashed a brutal military operation in the central highlands of West Papua. Photos emerged of civilians limbs covered in burns and wounds. Seven are confirmed dead and thousands more fled to the nearby...

Aboriginal Tent Embassy and Invasion Day Ashes

Aboriginal Tent Embassy and Invasion Day Ashes

Invasion Day 2019.  Crew from Sail4Justice freedom flotilla joined in solidarity with the First Nation leaders and activists at the Aboriginal Tent Embassy. The camp on the lawns of old parliament house has been running 47 years making it the longest running protest in Australia. It is a place where Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander mob can come to bring their message to parliament and take action against the ongoing genocide. Invasion Day started with a march from Canberra city to the...

Pirate Skill Share Report Back

Pirate Skill Share Report Back

Farewell French Island and The Western Port. Thanks for the great adventures, sun, beach, wind and waves, quicksand, march flies and good learning curve in tide versus wind and swell!  Big thanks to the locals who helped us out along the way with deliveries of delicious homegrown produce, local mussles, French Island wine and some very important sailing advice. Big shout out to Lexy for her Navigation training and a great overview of ocean survival.  We have had a great crew over the past 10...

Sail4Justice joins the protest against AGL

Sail4Justice joins the protest against AGL

Get on Board! 🏄 Sunday, January 6, 2019 at 2PM Shoreham Beach, Shoreham, Victoria 3916 Peninsula’s biggest paddle out.Show your appreciation for our bay. A peaceful protest of AGL's proposal. Join us in kick ass community for this epic event! This is a day to come together and celebrate our beautiful Bay. All welcome, kayaks, sups, surfboards, boogie boards, flippers, drift wood, anything that floats! Get your froth on and bring your grommies 🙌 A little bit on AGL’s...

Melbourne Campaign Launch

Melbourne Campaign Launch

We want to thank everyone who came and supported the Sail4Justice Campaign Launch whether by sailing and kayaking with us, speaking about the struggle, playing music, cooking food, working behind the scenes or by simply being present and making a statement against the violence of Australia's Border Force. Stay tuned for future events and updates.     https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=It8otd-hI7o&feature=youtu.be

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