Brisbane

Annual Sorry Day morning Ceremony

Teralba Park, 120 Pullen Rd, Everton Park

Organised by the Teralba Park Stolen Generations Support Group

The story of the 1968 strike at the Ford Dagenham car plant, where women workers walked out in protest against sexual discrimination. Tickets $10 full waged/$6 concession, includes meal. Brisbane Activist Centre, 74b Wickham St Fortitude Valley

Regular branch meeting. Interested people welcome.

Albion Peace Centre, 102 McDonald Rd, Windsor

Cheap meal from 6pm

Come out to stand against the privatisation and degradation of our universities, and against increases to fees.

Tell Abbott and Pyne: hands off our education!

All across the country on October 7th, thousands of Australians across the country will be waking up to take on the BIGGEST day of action we've ever seen to #StopAdani. We're going to spell it out loud and clear for our pollies with a giant human sign!

Brothers Rugby Club, 103 Crosby Road, Albion

Hosted by Sea Shepherd Brisbane, Stop Adani Brisbane, AYCC QLD, Australian Conservation Foundation, Australian Marine Conservation Society, GetUp!

Planning meeting for Right to the City campaign

Hope St Cafe, 170 Boundary St, West End

Sunset Picnic in Celebration of International Womens Day.

Rotunda, New Farm Park, New Farm.

Selection of short films focusing on climate change followed by speakers including climate change activist and secretary of the Kirabati Australia Association, Wanita Limpus. $15/$13.50. Powerhouse, New Farm.

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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