Brisbane

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

Professor Gregory Marston (School of Social Policy UQ), Professor John Quiggin (School of Economics UQ, ARC Australian Laureate Fellow in Economics), Rachel Watson (Manager Service Innovation and New Business, Wesley Mission Queensland) Dominique Lamb (CEO National Retail Association and Director of NRA Legal) and Graham Young (Executive Director of the Australian Institute for Progress) will debate the idea of a Universal Basic Income.

Brisbane Powerhouse, 119 Lamington St, New Farm

Organised by Communify and Basic Rights Queensland

Join Liam and the team at Socialist Alliance in launching his campaign for Griffith. A campaign that says it's time to nationalise the mines, banks, and energy sector. It's time to put the wealth towards the social good, and put the control over these industries in the hands of the community and the workers.

All supporters welcome!

At The Big Lizard - Cnr Boundary and Russell St West End, Brisbane

Rally for refugee rights on the fifth anniersary of the reopening of Manus and Nauru detention centres.

King George Square, Brisbane city

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.

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