Did you miss Green Left's screening of the new documentary Santiago Rising? Don't worry, because we are happy to once again, in collaboration with Alborada Films, give you the chance to see it.

Santiago Rising takes place on the streets of Chile’s capital city in late 2019, as large public protests over economic inequality engulf the country.

Santiago Rising
Directed by Nick MacWilliam, 89 mins, Alborada Films, 2021
February 27, 6pm (AEDT)
A quarter of proceeds raised will go to Green Left.

Help celebrate Green Left's 30th anniversary

Sat March 27, 7pm AEDT
(7pm NSW, Vic, ACT, Tas; 6:30pm SA; 6pm Qld; 5:30pm NT; 4pm WA)

Online celebration featuring supporters from around the world, how you can get involved in Green Left and guest speaker Kavita Krishnan, feminist and CPI-ML (Liberation) leader.

India is on the move for the rights of farmers and against privatisation and corporate monopolies.

The mass movement, which started in 2020, is generating solidarity from people across India as well as around the world, including Australia.

End the genocidal inaction!
Implement the recommendations of the Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody 30th anniversary online event
Or, go to and enter meeting ID: 827 4950 3849 and passcode: 393973

*Bernard Collaery, Barrister and Human Rights Advocate
*Greg Barns, Democratic Rights Barrister


Tuesday 20 April, 6.30pm AEST

SA - 6.00 pm

Venezuelans are experiencing serious hardship from sanctions imposed by the United States and countries under its orbit, terrorist acts to sabotage infrastructure and the capacity to supply basic needs and produce, and they are made to live under the constant threat of military invasion. But they are fighting back. They say they need international support to stand up and build the future that they choose.
Their example helps us to build a better future.


This four-part seminar series will address: The cause of pandemics, droughts, soil erosion and land and river system degradation.

To take the climate crisis seriously Victoria needs a plan to replace all three remaining coal power stations by 2030. But recent announcements – including that Yallourn could stay open for another seven years – indicate that we are not on track.

Sign up to our Yallourn closure briefing to hear from energy analysts and Latrobe Valley community leaders about what this decision means and what the next steps are to get the action we need.

WHEN: Wednesday April 21, 7 – 8.15pm

WHERE: Online


A lot of us expect to come under housing stress in September/October. We have under 7 weeks before the eviction moratorium ends, with JobSeeker & JobKeeper set to be reduced at the same time, many of us will not be able to pay our rent. This is a public forum to try and address the situation as a community, come along! For a variety of reasons, we expect a lot of evictions at the end of September unless we can act to stop them.

Special guests:
Marcel Cartier (Hip-Hop artist. Journalist, Green Left contributor and co-editor of Kurdistan Media Project)
Steve Sweeney (Morning Star International Editor. Founder of Journalists for Democracy in Turkey & Kurdistan. Co-editor of Kurdistan Media Project)
Hosted by: Susan Price, Green Left International Editor.

Speakers include:
Srishiti Chatterjee - International Student & University of Melbourne Student Union Officer
Shafic - Migrant Worker & United Workers Union Member
Matt Kunkel - Director, Migrant Workers Centre

Register in advance for this meeting:


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