Brisbane

A public forum on how the prohibition of illicit drugs is "killing and criminalising our children".

Ann St Anglican Church Hall, cnr Ann & Wharf Sts, Brisbane.

Organised by The Kurilpa Citizen and the Queensland Council for Civil Liberties.

At Brisbane's detention centre, 100 Sugarmill Rd, Pinkenba. Catch train to Doomben station and car lifts will be organised. Organised by Refugee Action Collective.

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

This vigil marks the 4th anniversary of the opening of the Manus Island detention Centre and is a National event with vigils being held simultaneously in at least 12 cities around Australia.

King George Square, Brisbane CBD

Organised by GetUp

Aimed at increasing awareness, visibility and engagement with the UQ Women’s Collective and feminism on campus. Seminar and discussion on the role of men in feminism.

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

King George Square, Brisbane city

“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 Canstruct, the Brisbane based civil engineering company set to take over the contract to maintain services on Nauru.

769 Fairfield Rd, Yeerongpilly QLD 4105, Australia

Organised by Refugee Action Collective

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.

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