Brisbane

Two leading Sinn Féin representatives will be engaging in a speaking tour across Australia. Mary Lou McDonald is the deputy leader of Sinn Féin and TD (MP) for Dublin Central. Francie Molloy is MP for Mid-Ulster and became active in politics through the Civil Rights Movement in the North in 1968.

The Sinn Féin representatives will be promoting the Uniting Ireland campaign. They will also be continuing to promote awareness among Irish workers on temporary visas in Australia of their rights in the workplace, and promoting trade union membership among the Irish community.

Discussing the Socialist Alliance election campaign and more.

Albion Peace Centre, 102 McDonald Rd, Windsor

A night of music straight from the heart featuring a special performance by the Brisbane Pride Choir, Songs For Our Weddings features music from Byrd to the Beach Boys, with plenty in between.

Holy Trinity Church, 141 Brookes St, Fortitude Valley

Recommended donation: $10. Proceeds to the Equality campaign.

Celebrate International Womens Day with the film "For Love Or Money: A History of Women and Work in Australia" (a groundbreaking movie by Megan McMurchy, Margot Nash, Martot Oliver and Jeni Thornely, released in 1983).

Griffith Film School, cnr Dock & Vulture Sts, Southbank.

$20 entry includes canapes and drinks on arrival. Hosted by the National Tertiary Education Union.

Guest speaker Beatrix Campbell will explore the various forms of inequality today; realistic strategies towards an egalitarian and just society; the meaning of socialism in this centenary year of the Russian Revolution; the failure, collapse and rejection of the totalitarian Soviet model of socialism; and forms of democratic socialism that are feasible in the 21st century.

QCU Building, 16 Peel St, South Brisbane.

Organised by the SEARCH Foundation

Join internationally renowned folk trio Cloudstreet, along with Good Company, The Bessies and Pandora as they Sing-A-Song-Asylum to raise legal and material aid funds for people seeking asylum in Queensland.

Newmarket Bowls Club, 212 Ashgrove Ave, Ashgrove

Tickets $20

"Silkwood" is the classic 1983 film chronicling the life and death of Karen Silkwood, employed in a US nuclear facility, who blew the whistle on the dangers of nuclear accidents and safety violations. Starring Meryl Streep. Cheap meal from 6.30pm
Brisbane Activist Centre, 74B Wickham St, Fortitude Valley. Contact Jim 0423 741 734, 3831 2644

A robust community discussion around the ethics and implications of the meat industry.

Brisbane Powerhouse, 119 Lamington St, New Farm.

Organised by Communify Queensland

Massive group bike ride from the Lady Cilento Hospital to West End for safer cycling lanes.

Meet corner of Vulture St & Graham St, South Brisbane. Ride to Davies Park, West End.

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

Rally at Brisbane Riverstage, 1pm, Sunday June 5.

Say 'Yes' Australia is a group of national civil society organisations working together to organise rallies around the country on the 5th of June to push for a strong price on carbon pollution and a cleaner Australia. The Yes movement is a new collaboration of positive people with a combined membership of over three million. We’re sick of hearing “No, it can’t be done.”

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