Melbourne

Wednesday, April 22

Join us as we deliver a massive petition signed by students, staff and members of the community and a second petition from alumni calling on the University of Melbourne to divest from fossil fuels. 12pm. South Lawn, Melbourne University.

Self-Determination Not Assilimiation
Housing & Services for ALL Communities
Re-instate the Racial Discrimination Act in Full
Land Rights Not Leases
End Welfare Quaranting - No Work for Rations

3 Years of the Intervention...3 Years Too Long.
Basic Rights, Not Basics Cards!

Casselden Place,
cnr Lonsdale & Spring Sts, City

Sunday, August 5

Speakers: Rober Tickner (CEO Australian Red Cross); Peter Karamoskos (Medical Association for Prevention of War). Performers: Junko Morimoto (author of My Hiroshima; Carmen Warrington (Tibetan singing bowl); April Maze (acoustic duo); SKIN (Indigenous choir); Leigh Sloggett (slide guitar); Noriko Tadano (Shamisen). 3-5pm. Village Roadshow Theatrette, State Library of Victoria, cnr La Trobe & Swanston Sts, City (enter via La Trobe St). $15/$10. Presented by Japanese for Peace.

This night is a fundraiser for the Glenroy Indigenous School (Ballerrt Mooroop College) that is at this very moment threatened by bulldozers! People are camped out and picketing against the demolition of the schools gymnaisium and their Sacred Tree and Ceremonial Grounds. This demolition is to make way for a car park! This night will be a delight of spoken word from some of Melbourne's finest poets, along with circus and cabaret performers.

Bar 303, 303 High St, Northcote.

RAC’s next major rally calling to Bring Them Here will be Sun Oct 8, 2pm, State Library. 

Speakers include 
Richard Di Natale - Leader of Australian Greens
Taqi Azra - Hazara refugee and NUW organiser
Yasmin and Shawfikul - Australian Burmese Rohingyan Organisation
Craig McGregor - Victorian Allied Health Professionals Association
David Johns - ex Manus teacher
Max Costello - member of Labor 4 Refugees and Workplace Health and Safety Lawyer.

Sydney Road Festival: Join the Socialist Alliance & Green Left Weekly stall (outside Uniting Church).

Coral Wynter, biochemist and medical researcher, will discuss her experiences of the Venezuelan revolution from the point of view of someone working in the health sector.
Coral worked in Venezuela for 12 months. She will discuss the challenges of taking a society from the capitalist system towards socialism.

Saturday, October 11

Every year bigots take to the streets, led by Liberal MP Bernie Finn. to protest against our hard-won right to access abortion. These bigots want to see abortion outlawed, a move which would undoubtedly see women die. They want to silence and shame us for exercising our right to choose what happens to our own bodies. 1pm. State Parliament, Spring St, City.

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