Brisbane

Talk with leading experts on climate change and public health, Dr Bhakti Vasant (Doctors for the Environment) & Sue Cooke (Griffith Uni health professional) exploring the future of health and well-being in the tumultuous age of climate change.

Eco Centre, Griffith Uni, Nathan Campus

Hosted by Griffith Uni EcoCentre (RSVP essential)

Abortion rights picket

Paved courtyard outside Cleveland Library Middle St Cleveland

Organised by Women's Abortion Rights Campaign

Monthly campaign meeting.

Hope Street Cafe, 170 Boundary St, West End.

Interactive panel featuring social commentator Phillip Adams. UQ Centre, Union Rd, St Lucia.

28 April each year is International Workers’ Memorial Day — a day organised by unions across the globe to remember all those workers who have been injured or killed at work and renew the call for safe workplaces.

Emma Miller Place, Roma St, Brisbane

 

The film the ABC withdrew from broadcast, Hope in a Slingshot, a film by Inka Strafrace.

An Australian Journeys through the underbelly of the Israeli Occupation. "An important document of Israel’s brutal
occupation of Palestine…” Antony Loewenstein

$10/7conc CEPU Hall 41 Peel Street,
South Brisbane (entry on Merivale St)
Drinks and food Available.

Presented by Justice for Palestine Brisbane. All proceeds to assist a Brisbane Contingent to attend the
BDS National Conference in Melbourne.

Mulivaikal is the name of the village in the Tamil part of Sri Lanka, where the worst massacres of civilians took place, in the closing days of the Sri Lankan civil war in 2009. All welcome to participate in this multifaith commemoration.

St Brendan’s Primary School Hall, 17 Hawtree St, Moorooka, (School Hall entry via Hawtree Street Church car park)

Organised by the Australian Tamil Congress (Queensland) with the support of the Sri Lanka Justice Forum Brisbane.

6:30pm, Tues 4 Dec, 74B Wickham St, Fortitude Valley.
On October 7, 2012, Hugo Chavez won an historic victory in the Venezuelan Presidential Elections. The campaign, which pledged to deepen and extend the socialist project, mobilised a massive section of the population and received overwhelming popular support.

A session on the political potential and radical origins of the humble public park with Jonathan Sri (Greens Councillor), Natalie Osbourne (environmental planner) & Jason Byrne (environmental planner)

Wagun Park, 1 Morris St, Highgate Hill

Hosted by Brisbane Free University and Right to the City.

Meet at 9am, corner of Wharf and Turbot St to grab your leaflets and Green Left Weekly bundle! We'll work from the front of the march to the back, distributing Australia's best radical press and leaflets for upcoming events until 9:45am where we'll gather at the back of the march with our flags, banners, and our best yellin' voices!

For our members and supporters who just want to march with us, join us at 9:45am at the rear of the march, corner of Leichhardt and Little Edward Streets, on this, the Workers' Day!

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