|UP COMING EVENTS|
The Human Rights Education Committee of Redland|
Cordially invites you to celebrate
UNITED NATIONS DAY
Sunday October 28th 2007 |
at the Indigiscape Centre
17 Runnymede Rd Capalaba
(off Capalaba Redland Bay Road)
commencing at 2:30pm
with a conducted tour of the Indigiscape gardens
Forum with prominent guest speakers·
Primary school children's participation
with presentation of award for best artwork/poetry
about Human Rights
Presentation of Human Rights Award for 2007·
followed by light refreshments
RSVP Shahin 3822 5034 or Wendy 3207 2787
Kay Danes Appearance on Chanel 10 Morning Program|
Network Ten's morning program, 9am with David & Kim hosted by David Reyne and Kim Watkins.
International Human Rights Advocate, Kay Danes, will be appearing on the morning program with the father of an Australian teenager who rang her mother to say she was sleeping over at a friend's house when in actual fact, she was bound for Hong Kong. Rachel ended up in a nightmare that now finds her serving a prison sentence for drug trafficking. At her a trial, she pleaded guilty but there was evidence she'd got cold feet and wasn't going to swallow the 114 packages of heroin worth AUD$200 each. She was sentenced by the Hong Kong judge; 10 years, eight months.
Tune in Monday, 25 June 2007Video download here
Latest International Best Seller|
Nightmare in Laos
A True story of a woman imprisoned in a communist gulag.
by Kay Danes
Sold internationally and recently released in all Australian Bookshops AUD$24.95 or online at www.maverickhouse.com
Held hostage in a communist prison for 10 months, Kay Danes witnessed first hand the horrors of Phonthong prison;
a gulag where people are held at the government's discretion for years on end, many times without ever being charged,
and where the hope that one day their suffering will be revealed to the world is the only thing that keeps these forgotten victims alive.
Nightmare in Laos is about losing everything but the support of family and friends, and realising that that is the
most valuable thing any of us can have. It has drama, action, political intrigue, tension, sorrow and joy, and is
about never giving up, and fighting for what you believe in. It is the realisation of every parent's worst fears -
being taken away from your children and left in a place that seems alien and cruel, all for something you did not do.
Publisher contact: Gert Ackermann at Maverick House Publishers on +353 1 824 0077 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Distributor: Tower Books. http://www.towerbooks.com.au/
Author Website: http://www.kaydanes.com
Redlands Family Support Initiative
Presents a Community Forum on|
'Transcending Abuse - Improving Family Support in the Redlands'
You are cordially invited to our Luncheon
with Guest Speakers and Community Discussion
Cnr Waterloo and Middle Sts
5 December, 2006
$20 per person
RSVP: 28 November, 2006
All individuals, consumer groups, service providers,
politicians, bureaucrats, academics etc are encouraged to attend.
Together, let's make a difference!
Kay Danes Human Rights Advocate
Nev Coventry CEO of Queensland Homicide Victim Support Group
Hetty Johnston Executive Director of Bravehearts
Stephen Smallbone Assoc. Professor, Griffith Uni, specialising in the treatment of sex offenders
Phil Weightman Member for Cleveland and Member of Youth Violence Taskforce
Betty Taylor Consultant Psychologist and Domestic Violence Death Review Advocate
Pauline Eglington Academic & President of Bayside Domestic Violence Initiative
Paul Leis Manager of Redland Community Centre
Dawn Spinks Psychologist and Manager, Safe Communities
Kay Danes on Perth Radio|
Kay Danes will be appearing on Perth Radio - Wednesday, 01 November 2006 to launch her latest book 'Nightmare in Laos' - a true story of a woman imprisoned in a communist gulag.
Tune into the Howard Sattler program 882 6PR at 5.35pm Perth Time. [7:35pm Brisbane]
Or Listen online Click Here
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ability to reach a potential 94% of Australia's population through a diverse range of media businesses.
Danes ABC interview regarding Australian drug traffickers arrested in Hong Kong|
Three young Australians who've been convicted of heroin smuggling in Hong Kong, have each been sentenced to a decade in prison and now have 28 days in which to lodge an appeal. Two of the traffickers were under the age of 18 when they were arrested in a Hong Kong hotel room in April last year in possession of 700 grams of heroin. And criticism has now been levelled at the New South Wales and Australian Federal Police for alerting local authorities to the heroin plot, instead of waiting to arrest the Australians once they returned home.
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