Brisbane

On International day against Homophobia and Transphobia,(IDAHOT) join Equal Love and equality supporters on the streets to send a message to the current government that enough is enough, its time for equality.

An evening of inspiring music and spoken word performances featuring: Jenny Fitzgibbon, Which Band?, Jonathan Sri, Dermot Dorgan, Voices of Spanish Speaking Women, Kamala Emanuel, Alex Bainbridge, Neil Frost and more

Albion Peace Centre, 102 McDonald Rd, Windsor

All across the country on October 7th, thousands of Australians across the country will be waking up to take on the BIGGEST day of action we've ever seen to #StopAdani. We're going to spell it out loud and clear for our pollies with a giant human sign!

Brothers Rugby Club, 103 Crosby Road, Albion

Hosted by Sea Shepherd Brisbane, Stop Adani Brisbane, AYCC QLD, Australian Conservation Foundation, Australian Marine Conservation Society, GetUp!

Planning meeting for Right to the City campaign

Hope St Cafe, 170 Boundary St, West End

Join uni students for climate justice in a THIRD week of national demonstrations.

King George Square, Brisbane city.

Emergency protest in solidarity with the refugees on Manus Island!

King George Square, Brisbane city.

Organised by Refugee Action Collective.

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.

This photo shoot will be a symbolic contribution to an international day of action in solidarity with the people of Venezuela. Against US coup attempts, against sanctions. Hands off Venezuela.

Brisbane Square (near Brisbane Library)

6pm Thurs 27 Feb

Organised by Australia-Venezuela Solidarity Network - Brisbane

Documenting the police brutality and the events and political action that unfolded afterwards, Witches, Faggots, Dykes and Poofters hears from those directly affected, now proudly known as ‘the 78ers’.

New Farm Cinema, 701 Brunswick St, New Farm.

Part of the Brisbane Queer Film Festival

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