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“TRAPPED” is a 2016 film about struggles against TRAP (Targeted Regulations of Abortion Providers) laws. These laws are medically unnecessary and designed to undermine abortion rights. This event will feature a screening of and discussion about TRAPPED and updates on abortion rights campaigning in Queensland.

Albion Peace Centre, 102 McDonald Rd, Windsor (next to Albion train station, parking available)

Hosted by Green Left Weekly. Supported by Women's Rights Abortion Campaign.

Sovereign Women United want to hire a bus to attend Sydney events associated with the 20th anniversary of the "Bringing Them Home" report and to highlight the failure of governments to implement the recommendations.

Croquet Club Community Hall, 91 Coredelia St, South Brisbane

$10 entry covers food and entertainment. (Donations to: BSB 084-447 Acct 80-728-2993 if you can't make it.)

Protest against far right Lauren Southern and Stefan Molyneux

Venue to be determined. Follow the Facebook event for details

Two screenings (2:30pm and 4:30pm) at the Transitions Film Festival of the documentary about the battle to keep a unique part of Australia free of gas fields.

New Farm Cinemas, 701 Brunswick St, New Farm.

Premiere Film Screening: "The Ampilatwatja Walk-Off Protest vs. The Intervention"
The Alyawarr people from Ampilatwatja, NT walked off their community in July 2009 to set up a protest camp against the NT intervention, where they remain to this day. This film documents the construction of their protest house, with national Union support. Feat. Gwen Taylor, QCU Indigenous Officer speaking.
6pm Friday Mary 14, Trades & Labour Council Bldg, 16 Peel St, South Brisbane. Tickets $7 Conc., $12 full waged. Cheap meal & drinks available. Ph: Dom 0431 638 772

Discussing the Socialist Alliance election campaign and more.

Albion Peace Centre, 102 McDonald Rd, Windsor

The inaugural Wild Koala Day community event will be held at Old Petrie Town. Join us for a day of celebration in acknowledgement of our community's contribution to the preservation of the koalas of the Moreton Bay region and their habitat.

Old Petrie Town, Dayboro Rd, Whiteside.

Hosted by Pine Rivers Koala Care Association Inc

Speakers include Andrew Bartlett, The Greens; Fr Pan Jordan, Tamil community; Hassan Ghulam, Hazara community, Refugee Action Collective speaker. Brisbane Square (top of Queen St mall).

Guest speaker Beatrix Campbell will explore the various forms of inequality today; realistic strategies towards an egalitarian and just society; the meaning of socialism in this centenary year of the Russian Revolution; the failure, collapse and rejection of the totalitarian Soviet model of socialism; and forms of democratic socialism that are feasible in the 21st century.

QCU Building, 16 Peel St, South Brisbane.

Organised by the SEARCH Foundation

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