Brisbane

Protest against the Adani coal mine outside Environment Minister Josh Frydenberg's appearance.

Abel Smith Lecture Theatre, St Lucia campus, University of Queensland.

Building on the people power of the previous shark cull rallies, we now rally not just for WA (the fisheries are still dropping baited drum lines upon shark sightings/fatalities) but also for the East Coast of Australia.

Drum lines are deployed up & down the East Coast & our beaches are "protected" by pointless nets and drum lines which are doing more harm than good by drowning sharks & various other marine animals. These 'shark control programs' only give people a false sense of security.

Casual group discussion about the experiences of renters in Brisbane, reflecting on the difficulties we currently face, and what future challenges we might need to prepare for. Everyone is welcome to participate actively in the conversation, or just sit quietly and listen.

Mu'ooz Eritrean Restaurant & Catering, 54 Mollison St, West End

Join Stop Adani Brisbane for a drink to meet like-minded folks, get an update on where the campaign is up to, and hear how you can get active to stop this disastrous project right here in Brisbane!

The Boundary Hotel, 137 Boundary Street, West End

Organised by Stop Adani Brisbane

Help warm the new Socialist Alliance office with greetings, entertainment & refreshments.

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

Entry by donation.

Information session to hear how you can get involved in the growing peaceful resistance on the front line to stop Adani's dirty mega mine from ever being built.

16 Victoria St, Brisbane

Fighting for marriage equality, Safe Schools and trans* rights as part of the Global Day of Action for LGBTI rights following the callout from the US.

Queens Park, Brisbane city.

Rally and march for refugee rights End the freeze on asylum seeker claims! End mandatory detention! Say no to another Tampa election! 1pm, Sunday June 20. Brisbane Square, at top of Queen st Mall, George St, City.

Family-friendly, FREE city cycle ending with food, music, movies and dancing in Bunyapa park, West End.

144 George St, Brisbane city.

The Queens Wharf Mega-Casino is the single biggest development in Brisbane's history. The State Government wants to hand over 13+ hectares of publicly owned land to private developers for 2000 luxury apartments, 1100 hotel rooms and a massive casino with 2500 poker machines. But we as residents have been given no meaningful say into this development, or dozens of other major developments throughout our city.

Queens Gardens (aka Queens Park), 144 George St, Brisbane.

Organised by Right to the City and Greens councillor Jonathan Sri.

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