Brisbane

There are many strong environmental and social justice arguments why the capitalist system needs to be replaced. But is it possible in Australia, which is one of the wealthiest countries in the world? Long time socialist Peter Boyle argues the case for revolution.

Albion Peace Centre, 102 McDonald Rd, Windsor (near Albion station, parking available)

Cheap meal available from 6pm. Organised by Socialist Alliance.

Join us in coming together to march in solidarity with women all over the world experiencing inequality and injustice.

King George Square, Adelaide St, Brisbane

Tour of Brisbane's nuclear related sites followed by Chernobyl commemoration

Gather 4pm (for 4:10 departure): Reddacliff Place, cnr George & Queen Sts, Brisbane. 5pm Commemoration

Michael Moore's brilliant film about the criminal role of the banks in the global financial crisis and its impact on ordinary people in the US. Delicious meal avail from 6.30pm. Brisbane Activist Centre, 74B Wickham St, Fortitude Valley. $10/$6 conc. Ph Jim 3831 2644 or 0423 741 734. Sponsored by Green Left Weekly.

Protest against massive fee increases! The Liberal government is releasing a budget that includes fee increases, funding cuts and the lowering of the HECS repayment threshold. We need to fight back!

Cnr Merivale & Melbourne Sts, South Brisbane

Organised by National Union of Students.

Positive, family-friendly public rally to say no to racism and imperialism, and yes to unity and multiculturalism.

King George Square, Brisbane city

Public meeting, march and rally against cuts to the public sector
Assemble Queens Park, Brisbane City (between Treasury Casino and Casino Hotel) then onto Parliament House!
Organised by QCU

Wear red and black to this rally against the Adani mega mine.

199 Gympie Rd Strathpine

Mass civil disobedience to disrupt the opening of state parliament. For climate action.

Gather: Speakers Corner, George St, Brisbane (outside State Parliament)

Department of Immigration and Border Protection. 299 Adelaide Street, City.

Using overwhelming brute force to board and tow back boats packed with desperate asylum seekers takes Tony Abbott's anti-refugee deterrence policy to a new low.

It is both inhumane and highly dangerous. In 2001, three asylum seekers drowned trying to reach land after the Howard government towed back their boat and beached it off Rote Island. The same could happen again but Abbott couldn't care less, so long as his precious border is not breached.

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