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Gene Ethics 25th anniversary dinner
Tuesday, 19 February 2013 at 6:30 PM (EST)
Brunswick East, VIC
Join us to celebrate 25 years of successful GM-free advocacy in Australia
TO BE PUT ON THE WAIT LIST, PLEASE email WITH CONTACT PHONE NUMBER.
- Enjoy organic food & wine - GM-free, fresh & local
The Merri Table serves local, seasonal organic food and is dedicated to paying a fair price to farmers for produce Chef Kieran Kilmartin turns into delecrable dishes. The venue uses sustainable materials, low energy appliances and minimises waste.
Founded in 1988, Gene Ethics was among the first education and advocacy groups in the world to question genetic manipulation (GM) techniques and their perilous products. Originally auspiced by the Australian Conservation Foundation with funds from Midnight Oil's album 'Species Deceases', Gene Ethics is Australia's fearless and effective voice for safe, secure, GM-free food.
- Join Melbourne restaurateur Dure Dara OAM, who will host the evening
- Bid at the silent auction for unique offers from leading identities and groups
- Hear the exciting stories of GM-free advocacy and what more we can do to win
- Celebrate our GM-free farms, foods and a future of fine fare for all
3-course sit-down organic meal in country setting on the edge of the CBD.
Proceeds from the night will help resource further GM-free advocacy and education programs.
CERES is just off Nicholson St, East on Stewart St on the corner of Roberts St.
Map reference: Melway - 30 B7
To become a sponsor, please contact Vivienne by email or phone 02 9440 8021.
A special thank you to our sponsors so far:
Holy Goat Cheese - contact Central Victorian Providores 03 54725200
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Gene Ethics envisages a safer, more equitable and more sustainable GM-free society.
Gene Ethics is a non-profit educational network of citizens and kindred groups. We want the precautionary principle, scientific evidence and the law rigorously applied to all proposed uses of genetic manipulation (GM) technologies and their products.
Gene Ethics generates and distributes accurate information and analysis on the ethical, environmental, social and economic impacts of GM. Our education programs critically assess GM for the public, policy-makers and interest groups.