3:30pm (for 4pm start). State Library, cnr La Trobe & Swanston Sts, City. March to Egyptian Consulate.

Come to the launch of a postcard campaign to tell the ACTU that insecure work is an important factor contributing to unequal pay. Get behind the call for the ACTU Congress to kick off a campaign for secure jobs that mobilises rank-and-file workers and builds a mass movement in workplaces and puts feet on the street. Ever been a casual worker, paid peanuts and treated like crap? The ACTU is currently heading a campaign against the epidemic of insecure work and we're hosting our own campaign in support. 6pm. The Elms Family Hotel, 269 Spring St, City. Presented by Pay Justice Action.

Sunday, January 26

1pm-6pm. Treasury Gardens.

Thursday, April 30

7:30am. Lizzie Blandthorn's office, 416a Bell St, Pascoe Vale. Organised by Climate Action Moreland.

Remembering 62 years of Al Nakba.
End the Siege of Gaza! End Israel's occupation of Palestine!
Recognise the Palestinian Right of Return! No Australian support for Israel!
Sanctions Now!

State Library,
cnr Latrobe & Swanston Sts, City.

Initiated by Palestine Solidarity Campaign.

Sunday, August 14

Rock 4 Renewables: Yes2Renewables fundraiser. With Lalić, Huntly, Brat Farrar & Elizabeth Mitchell (Totally Mild). 7pm. The Old Bar, 74-76 Johnston St, Fitzroy.

Wednesday, February 13, 6pm (for 6:30pm start). Town Hall, 90 Bell St, Coburg (100m in from Sydney Road intersection). Coburg residents are campaigning to stop a council plan to give developers open slather in the Bell St-Sydney Road area with 10- and 8-storey buildings. Protest outside Moreland Council meeting then go into the council meeting at 7pm. Councillor Sue Bolton will move to extend the time for submissions on the plan and to hold town hall meetings on the issue.

Thursday, February 26

What's wrong with capitalism? What is socialism? How can we fight for a better world? 1pm. Room M003, Victoria University Footscray Park Campus. For more info ph 9639 8622 or 0431 311 520. Organised by Socialist Alliance.

Thursday, October 3

The true story of why one man fled Saddam Hussein's regime to become both a refugee and a people smuggler. Speaker: Robin De Crespigny (author of The People Smuggler). 6:30pm. Fitzroy Town Hall, 201 Napier St, Fitzroy. Entry by gold coin donation. Organised by Refugee Action Collective.


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