Brisbane

National day of action against LNP attacks on workers. Protest the return of the ABCC, cuts to penalty rates, job casualisation & wage theft by bad employers.

Emma Miller Place, Roma St, Brisbane.

Organised by Queensland Unions.

Community workers make a difference! Emma Miller Place, Roma Street Parklands. Organised by the ASU.

Mass doorknocking event in the Clayfield electorate asking people to vote against the Adani coal mine.

Meet: Brothers Rugby Club, 103 Crosby Rd, Albion.

Organised by Australian Youth Climate Coalition

"Saeed" is weak from a hunger strike but the Department of Immigration and Border Protection intend to send him back to danger in his country of origin where he is at real risk of persecution. Stand in solidarity with asylum seeker "Saeed" (not his real name).

Department of Immigration, 299 Adelaide St, Brisbane

The asylum seeker boat Australia didn't rescue 9 years ago sank, drowning hundreds. Has refugees' lot improved? Speaker from Iraqi community, Andrew Bartlett and others. King George Square. Further info: Refugee Action Collective, 3392 3843.

On the 24th of February Elijah Doughty's killer is expected to be released on Parole from Prison with time already served prior to sentencing. Stand with the Kalgoorlie Mob in Solidarity for Elijah and his family.

King George Square, Brisbane city

Mulivaikal is the name of the village in the Tamil part of Sri Lanka, where the worst massacres of civilians took place, in the closing days of the Sri Lankan civil war in 2009. All welcome to participate in this multifaith commemoration.

St Brendan’s Primary School Hall, 17 Hawtree St, Moorooka, (School Hall entry via Hawtree Street Church car park)

Organised by the Australian Tamil Congress (Queensland) with the support of the Sri Lanka Justice Forum Brisbane.

6:30pm, Tues 4 Dec, 74B Wickham St, Fortitude Valley.
On October 7, 2012, Hugo Chavez won an historic victory in the Venezuelan Presidential Elections. The campaign, which pledged to deepen and extend the socialist project, mobilised a massive section of the population and received overwhelming popular support.

This book explores the dramatic dramatic support for the Communist Party of Australia in north Queensland in the 1930s and 40s. Speakers include Jim McIlroy.

Queensland Council of Unions, 16 Peel St, South Brisbane

A session on the political potential and radical origins of the humble public park with Jonathan Sri (Greens Councillor), Natalie Osbourne (environmental planner) & Jason Byrne (environmental planner)

Wagun Park, 1 Morris St, Highgate Hill

Hosted by Brisbane Free University and Right to the City.

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