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.

Candle lighting vigil

3a River Ter, Kangaroo Point

Organised by Brisbane Domestic Violence Service

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.

Protect the funding and independence of the ABC.

Gather: ABC Studios Southbank, Russell St, South Brisbane

Authors Alan Broughton & Elena Garcia will launch this important new Resistance Books publication. Subtitled Small farmers, food security & big business, the book addresses the crisis of modern agriculture and the particular form it takes in Australia.

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

Hosted by Resistance Books & Green Left Weekly. (cheap meal available from 6pm)

Forum presented by the Queensland Council of Civil Liberties

Wednesday 19 September, 2012 6:30 for 7pm
Irish Club, 175 Elizabeth Street, Brisbane

Forum Moderator:
PROFESSOR COLLEEN CARTWRIGHT
Director, ASLaRC Aged Services Unit, Southern Cross University
Colleen Cartwright has published a number of research articles on End of Life issues. The title of her
UQ PhD was Factors impacting on the lives of terminally ill older people, and requests for euthanasia.

Speakers:
YURI KOSZARYCZ
Former Senior Lecturer in Bioethics, Australian Catholic University

NEIL FRANCIS

Change the Rules for Refugees Benefit Concert. All proceeds to refugee assistance and advocacy through the Romero Centre and Refugee Action Collective. Featuring Rivermouth, The Hinterlanders, Phil Monsour, speakers and more.

Kurilpa Hall, 174 Boundary St, West End

Launch of the new book about militant, rank and file wharfie Wal Stubbings.

Avid Reader Bookshop and Cafe, 193 Boundary St, West End

Sponsored by Maritime Union of Australia and the Brisbane Labour History Association.

The idea behind this meeting to kick off building an alliance of groups and individuals acting to stage coordinated protest action against the upcoming G20 Leaders' Summit, November 15-16, 2014, Brisbane.
With media stories beginning to come out about the preparations for G20, now is a perfect time to come together in the spirit of openness and collaboration to coordinate the strongest possible people's response.

Level 2, TLC Building (QLD Council of Unions), 16 Peel St, South Brisbane

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