Brisbane

Public Forum concerning the December 13 recommendation by the Australian Parliamentary Committee to repeal the ban on the use of nuclear fuel in power plants and related issues. Film, speakers, theatre, poetry, quiz/discussion and optional dinner.

Red Brick Hotel, 83 Annerley Rd, Wooloongabba

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

Sunset Picnic in Celebration of International Womens Day.

Rotunda, New Farm Park, New Farm.

Selection of short films focusing on climate change followed by speakers including climate change activist and secretary of the Kirabati Australia Association, Wanita Limpus. $15/$13.50. Powerhouse, New Farm.

March 4, 5pm. Family Law Court, Brisbane.

A robust community discussion around the ethics and implications of the meat industry.

Brisbane Powerhouse, 119 Lamington St, New Farm.

Organised by Communify Queensland

Bring the family and join your union for a march and then a family fun day at the Brisbane Showgrounds.

Wharf St, Spring Hill

Organised by Queensland Unions.

Rally at Brisbane Riverstage, 1pm, Sunday June 5.

Say 'Yes' Australia is a group of national civil society organisations working together to organise rallies around the country on the 5th of June to push for a strong price on carbon pollution and a cleaner Australia. The Yes movement is a new collaboration of positive people with a combined membership of over three million. We’re sick of hearing “No, it can’t be done.”

Rally on the 70th anniversary of the Palestinian Nakba to say NO to Israel’s ongoing, intensifying Nakba and its war crimes, and to demand the right of the Palestinian refugees to return home.

Reddacliff Place, cnr George & Queen Sts, Brisbane city. [Note updated location.]

Organised by Justice for Palestine

The Phil Monsour band will celebrate the release of the One Song One Union album and perform the complete CD. The album features one song each for 7 different unions and a number of songs of solidarity.

Kurilpa Hall, 174 Boundary St, West End

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